"It is my accountability to symbolize you, not exclusively after I'm talking to you, however after I'm talking in your behalf in methods which might be clear, which might be understood, that do not harm folks and do not confuse folks", he stated.
Teachers got the blame, as Bevin said some single parents can not afford childcare and can not afford to take time off work to watch their children.
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes said via Twitter, "Actual translation: Meant what I said".
At least 39 school districts in Kentucky had shut down on Friday as teachers traveled to the Capitol asking legislators to override Bevin's veto of state budget and tax reform bills.
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Eyewitnesses say the guy was grabbing the woman by the throat when Justin and his pals screamed at the guy to let her go. The man, who was not named in the report, was seen screaming Bieber's name and trying to hit the vehicle.
In an interview with an WDRB-TV tv reporter Friday, the governor said he could guarantee that somewhere in Kentucky a young child was sexually attacked after being abandoned with no supervision on account of the walk out.
Protesters succeeded in their efforts and legislators overturned Bevin's budget and tax vetoes on the final day of the 2018 legislative session.
Bevin also told reporters he was "offended by the fact that people so cavalierly, and so flippantly, disregarded what's truly best for children". The Office of the Attorney General fights every day to protect our children and has arrested a record number of predators and human traffickers.
FRANKFORT- Hours after Governor Bevin insinuated children were being sexually assaulted due to the thousands of teachers protesting at the Capitol, parents and teachers say they are disgusted by his comments.
"This is the example that we want to send to our children, really?"
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This resulted in the athletes entering the stadium during the pre-show, rather than during the live broadcast. The collapse of Hawkins cast a shadow over Sunday's marathon races.
Matt Bevin issued an apology Sunday for remarks he made Friday that suggested a state-wide teachers' strike left schoolchildren vulnerable to harm, sexual assault and drugs, saying his remarks had "unintended consequences".
Democrats quickly condemned Bevin's comments.
"It's entirely inappropriate and perverse that the man sitting in the governorship would criticize Kentuckians who stood up today for teachers, public employees and our public education by insinuating that their presence in Frankfort today caused a child to be sexually assaulted", Kentucky Democratic Executive Director Mary Nishimuta said.
"His insults of teachers over the previous year have been beneath the decorum of any respectable elected official", Nishimuta wrote in a statement. This rhetoric has crossed a line.
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But he has toned down the anti-Russian rhetoric, saying he wanted "normal relations with Russia if it is prepared to do the same". Turnout at the presidential elections, according to the electoral commission, was 64 percent, meaning that 327,865 people voted.