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  • Trump and women: The big disconnect in American politics

    07/09/2018 11:05:34 AM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 55 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 07/09/18 | Dan Balz
    The disconnect between President Trump and female voters is serious and not getting better. That’s a potentially big problem for Republicans in the November elections — but only if the women opposed to the president turn out to vote. Trump’s election divided an already fractured country, deepening the red-blue chasm that has become the defining feature of today’s politics. But the revulsion among many women toward the president adds another layer to the politics of discontent. Trump is doing nothing to mitigate the problem. Just the opposite. A man accused by multiple women of sexual misbehavior, he seems to take...
  • Numb to Outrage, Republican Voters Feel a Deepening Bond to Trump

    06/23/2018 11:08:44 AM PDT · by Cheerio · 63 replies
    New York Times ^ | June 23, 2018 | Jeremy W. Peters
    LEESBURG, Va. — Gina Anders knows the feeling well by now. President Trump says or does something that triggers a spasm of outrage. She doesn’t necessarily agree with how he handled the situation. She gets why people are upset. But Ms. Anders, 46, a Republican from suburban Loudoun County, Va., with a law degree, a business career, and not a stitch of “Make America Great Again” gear in her wardrobe, is moved to defend him anyway. “All nuance and all complexity — and these are complex issues — are completely lost,” she said, describing “overblown” reactions from the president’s critics,...
  • Michelle Obama Is ‘Concerned’ for Women Who Voted for President Trump

    05/11/2018 7:41:53 AM PDT · by ethom · 57 replies
    Western Journal ^ | May 10 2018 ast | By Kelsey Harkness
    Still struggling to come to terms with the results of the 2016 election, former first lady Michelle Obama recently said she’s concerned for women and “how we think.” “In light of this last election, I’m concerned about us as women and how we think,” she said at the United State of Women Summit in Los Angeles. “What is going on in our heads where we let that happen, you know?” Obama referred to Clinton as “the most qualified” candidate running for president in 2016, and said voting against her “says something about where we are.” That’s despite the multiple investigations,...
  • Would America Vote for Oprah Winfrey for President? (67% approval from white women)

    04/18/2018 11:15:27 AM PDT · by ethom · 51 replies
    Tech Financial ^ | April 17 2018 | By The Conversation
    Would America Vote for Oprah for President? The speculation centered on Winfrey’s possible presidential bid – while encouraging on its own – lacks a full assessment of all that Winfrey brings to the table. The experiences of black women, even those that are high-profile, are often constrained by how people view them. By The Conversation April 17, 2018 Would America vote for Oprah for president America has had a black president. Is the country ready for a black president who is also a woman? Speculation about the candidacy of Oprah Winfrey makes clear that some voters think so. Granted, Winfrey...
  • 'Roseanne' co-star Sandra Bernhard says women who support Trump can't 'think for themselves'

    03/29/2018 10:31:52 AM PDT · by ColdOne · 129 replies
    foxnews.com ^ | 3/29/18 | Sasha Savitsky
    The actress, who is reprising her role as Nancy Bartlett Thomas in the eagerly awaited sitcom reboot, told MSNBC's Ari Melber that she doesn't understand how women could support Trump unless they are "under the thumb" of their husbands. "A lot of women have compromised, given in, raised their kids and not had the luxury of being able to think for themselves," Bernhard said Wednesday, adding they are "under the thumb of [their] husband[s]." The 62-year-old, who has yet to make an appearance on the recently premiered TV reboot, then suggested perhaps the reason why women voted for Trump was...
  • Hillary Clinton blames 'pressure' from men for why white women voted for Trump

    03/13/2018 6:02:45 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 112 replies
    Fox News. com ^ | March 13, 2018 | Alex Pappas
    Hillary Clinton’s trip to India is evoking memories from her failed 2016 bid for president, as the Democrat makes headlines for blaming racism and misogyny for her loss while taking stumbles in front of the cameras. During an appearance in India over the weekend, Clinton claimed she lost the 2016 presidential race in part because white women didn’t stand up to the men in their lives pressuring them to vote for Donald Trump. “We do not do well with white men and we don’t do well with married, white women,” Clinton said at a conference in Mumbai, India. “And part...
  • Clinton: White Women Voted for Trump Because Their Husbands Told Them To

    03/12/2018 1:41:35 PM PDT · by bryan999 · 172 replies
    Hillary Clinton said that white women voted for President Trump during the 2016 presidential election because their husbands told them to, during a discussion at the India Today Conclave on Saturday. The moderator asked Clinton why she thinks almost 52 percent of white women voted for Trump, despite them knowing about the controversial “Access Hollywood” tape. “[Democrats] do not do well with white men and we don’t do well with married, white women,” Clinton explained. “And part of that is an identification with the Republican Party, and a sort of ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your...
  • In Trump era, a sudden flood of women candidates

    11/13/2017 11:21:08 AM PST · by Jagermonster · 2 replies
    The Christian Science Monitor ^ | November 10, 2017 | Linda Feldmann - Staff Writer
    FINDING THE PATTERNS   Virginia's House of Delegates nearly doubled its number of female lawmakers on Tuesday, while across the country, Democratic women won key mayoral and other races. Many say dismay over President Trump's election motivated them to run for office themselves. WASHINGTON—Jennifer Carroll Foy is one resilient woman. Three weeks after announcing her candidacy for the Virginia state legislature, Ms. Carroll Foy discovered she was pregnant – with twins. That led to bed rest, and a very premature delivery. But she kept on running, and on Tuesday, she became one of 11 Democratic women to win Republican-held seats...
  • At the Women's Convention, reckoning with the white female voters who swept Trump into office

    11/01/2017 3:39:24 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 20 replies
    Mic ^ | November 1, 2017 | Kayla Ruble
    DETROIT — As the sun shined on Detroit on Saturday, the halls and conference rooms of the city’s Cobo Center convention hall were packed with a diverse array of women. Many had come from across the country to answer a key question that’s been burning for nearly a year now: What’s next? The inaugural Women’s Convention marked the first major follow-up to January’s Women’s March. That nationwide event, which took place in the wake of Donald Trump’s inauguration, saw millions of women take to the streets of cities across the country to take direct action, assert their rights and make...
  • Billie Jean King says she's upset with women who voted Trump

    10/04/2017 9:29:12 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 98 replies
    KIRO-TV ^ | October 4, 2017 | Jocelyn Noveck, The Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) - Tennis icon Billie Jean King is not mincing words about the many white women who voted for Donald Trump, saying they "really don't like themselves." King, who led the fight for equal pay for women in tennis, also says she feels there is more misogyny now than when she defeated Bobby Riggs in the famous "Battle of the Sexes" match in 1973, the subject of the new movie starring Emma Stone and Steve Carell. "I think there's a lot of misogyny - I think it's higher now than it was," King said in an interview Tuesday...
  • Tammy Bruce: Hey, Hillary and Michelle -- I'll vote for who I want to, thanks,

    10/01/2017 1:10:38 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 13 replies
    Fox News. com ^ | October 1, 2017 | Tammy Bruce
    Former first lady Michelle Obama is breaking her silence about a gang of people who did something awful because they’re empty-headed zombies and under some sort of mind-control by evil-doers. No, she wasn’t talking about Islamist terrorists, gang members or cultists. Obama’s targets of ridicule and shame are … American women who voted for Donald Trump. “Any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice,” Obama told the audience recently at a marketing conference in Boston. And what exactly does that mean? After all, the feminist movement was about women becoming free to be able to make...
  • Michelle Obama: Women Who Didn’t Vote for Hillary Clinton ‘Voted Against Their Own Voice’

    09/27/2017 1:50:56 PM PDT · by davikkm · 50 replies
    breitbart ^ | PAM KEY
    Wednesday in Boston at Inbound, a marketing conference, former first lady Michelle Obama said women who did not vote for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016 “voted against their own voice.” Obama said, “Quite frankly, we saw this in this election. As far as I’m concerned, any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice.”
  • Poll finds French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen won plurality of women, young voters

    04/26/2017 1:53:57 PM PDT · by Lorianne · 16 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 24 April 2017 | Emily Jashinsky
    An election-day survey of more than 9,000 voters in the first round of France's presidential contest found that National Front leader Marine Le Pen won a larger share of support from women and young voters than any other candidate. The poll, conducted by Opinion Way, revealed Le Pen earned the support of 23.9 percent of female voters. By contrast, Emmanuel Macron, Le Pen's opponent in the next round of voting, came in second with women, earning the support of 21.3 percent. According to the survey, Le Pen outperformed the other candidates with younger voters as well. Opinion Way found the...
  • LIVE STREAM: President Donald Trump Dropping by the Women’s Empowerment Panel 3/29/2017 TRUMP LIVE

    03/29/2017 11:45:05 AM PDT · by Delta 21 · 62 replies
    The President is chewing the press up.
  • Lena Dunham: Feminists Must Enlighten White Women Who Voted for Trump

    02/10/2017 6:46:11 PM PST · by markomalley · 87 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 2/10/17 | Pam Key
    Friday on ABC’s “The View,” actress Lena Dunham said being that “a part of feminism” is almost like “being a parent” and that the white women who voted for Donald Trump need to be enlightened “with the rhetoric of self-empowerment.”Partial transcript as follows: DUNHAM: I think it’s really important to remember that it is an incredible problem that 53% of women in this country — 53% of white women in this country voted for Donald Trump which means that they’re not only voting against the interests of their sisters, of women who may not look like them, who they may...
  • Kellyanne Conway 'Didn't See the Point' to Women's March on Washington

    01/22/2017 4:53:29 PM PST · by BenLurkin · 64 replies
    abc7 ^ | Sunday, January 22, 2017 04:37PM | NICKI ROSSOLL
    Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway said she "didn't see the point" to the Women's March on Washington on Saturday. "I frankly didn't see the point. I mean you have a day after [President Trump] is uplifting and unifying, and you have folks here being on a diatribe.... Conway also addressed the celebrity presence at the march in Washington, D.C., which was one of hundreds such demonstrations Saturday around the U.S. and the world that drew over a million participants. She called out Madonna for using "profanity-laced" language. "You have celebrities from the podium using profanity-laced insults. You have a...
  • President Trump tweets at protesters: ‘Why didn’t these people vote?’

    01/22/2017 8:36:11 AM PST · by ColdOne · 24 replies
    washingtontimes.com ^ | 1/22/17 | Stephen Dinan
    President Trump took to Twitter Sunday to tweak the protesters who flooded the National Mall a day earlier, saying they might have been more effective if they’d been this active before the election. “Watched protests yesterday but was under the impression that we just had an election! Why didn’t these people vote?” he tweeted. He then added: “Celebs hurt cause badly.”
  • ‘You Focus on the Good’: Women Who Voted for Trump, in Their Own Words

    01/14/2017 5:22:19 AM PST · by jhouston · 70 replies
    New York Times ^ | 01/14/2017 | SUSAN CHIRA
    On Jan. 21, the day after the inauguration, women from all over the country will be rolling into Washington for what promises to be an enormous protest against Donald J. Trump. But millions of women went to the polls for Mr. Trump on Election Day, including, according to surveys, 53 percent of white women. Why did they?
  • Thousands Of Women Will Wear Pink, Knitted '(Censored) Power Hats' To Protest Trump

    01/04/2017 12:21:55 PM PST · by Zakeet · 76 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | January 4, 2017 | Eric Owens
    Women all across America are planning to festoon themselves with knitted, pink “pussy power hats” during a march on Washington, D.C. - and other cities - scheduled for January 21, the day after Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration. The organizers of the Pussyhat Project hope to make "a powerful visual statement" at the Women’s March on Washington by having a large number of women show up wearing the hats. The "pussy power hats," which feature perky cat-like ears, are a cinch to make, organizers say. "Knitters, crocheters and sewers of all levels" can make the hats at home - preferably...
  • Hillary Clinton’s Celebrity Feminism Was a Failure

    Hillary Clinton will not be our first woman president, a symbolic blow made more painful by the fact that she lost to a raging misogynist and sexual predator. Donald Trump is now set to preside over a unified Republican government deeply antagonistic to abortion rights, marriage equality, and healthcare access. This will almost certainly be disastrous for women, but according to exit polls, 53 percent of white women voted for him anyway.