CORRECTION: Kentucky teachers are NOT striking for a raise. They are striking to ensure their pension system is fully funded. Governor Matt Bevin is seeking to overhaul the system with a cash-balance plan and not a traditional pension plan.

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is accusing a teacher’s strike with leaving children vulnerable to sexual assault. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, break it down.

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“(CNN) Kentucky Gov. 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."

"Many people have been confused or hurt or just misunderstand what it was that I was trying to communicate," Bevin said in a video posted to his Twitter page.

"For those of you who have been hurt, it is my absolute, sincere apology to you," Bevin said. "It is not my intent to hurt anybody in this process but to help us all move forward together. We need each other. We're in this together. We are Kentucky.”

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