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BBC host Jo Coburn questioned future Prime Minister contender, conservative Jacob Rees-Mogg, whether his being Catholic should be a "barrier" to holding office in the United Kingdom.
Coburn attacked Rees-Mogg for opposing gay marriage and abortion in accordance with his Catholic faith and said, "Is it a barrier, do you think, to holding high office?"
From The Daily Express:
JACOB Rees-Mogg turned the questioning on the BBC Daily Politics host Jo Coburn and challenged her for “picking on the views of the Catholic church”.
BBC presenter Jo Coburn responded: “I am saying there are people who might have a problem with it.”Democrat Dianne Feinstein last year similarly questioned whether one of Trump's judicial nominees should be barred from the bench for her Catholic faith.
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