Meredith Blake, Los Angeles Times – October 29, 2016
He said, she said, he interrupted. Whether she wins the White House or not, Hillary Clinton has already changed American discourse. If it has done nothing else, her historic campaign has illuminated the belittlement, condescension and hostility that women have endured for decades in workplaces across the country.
Andrea Gonzalez-Ramirez, Refinery 29 – October 3, 2016
On Tuesday, Sen. Tim Kaine andGov. Mike Pence will be facing off at the first and only vice presidential debate of this election season. But the spotlight will also be on Elaine Quijano, the CBSN anchor and longtime broadcast journalist who will be moderating the debate.
Claire Landsbaum, New York Magazine The Cut – September 29, 2016
When Olivia Nuzzi walked into Donald Trump’s office on the 26th floor of Trump Tower, she wasn’t sure what to expect. She’d seen the Republican nominee up close before — in media gaggles covering campaign events for the Daily Beast — but they’d never been introduced. She was there to interview Trump for a story she was writing about his spokeswoman, Hope Hicks. Hicks herself had declined to be interviewed, but Nuzzi figured Trump, as her boss, would be an ideal source.
Jenna Johnson, Washington Post – September 17, 2016
Trump fired back at Dowd and the New York Times on Twitter on Saturday afternoon, although it was unclear if he was responding to Dowd’s CNN interview or something else. He twice accused Dowd of not knowing him as well as she claims and also called her “wacky,” “crazy” and “a neurotic dope” whose interviews are “boring.”
Cat Duffy, Media Matters – September 12, 2016
During the September 12 edition of CNN International’s Amanpour, Amanpour highlighted the sexist nature of the media’s coverage of Clinton’s health, asking “Can’t a girl have a sick day or two” and denounced the way in which “overqualified women hav[e] to try a hundred times harder than unqualified men to get a break or even a level playing field.”
Callum Borchers, Washington Post – August 22, 2016
Donald Trump escalated his feud with the hosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Monday, repeating a rumor straight off Page Six that Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski are romantically involved.
Tim Hains, Real Clear Politics – August 7, 2016
During ABC’s ‘This Week’ roundtable, panelist Cokie Roberts quips that when Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton is ‘unfit’ to be president or ‘unhinged,’ he is really issuing a sexist dogwhistle which “is totally code for we shouldn’t elect a woman. That is exactly what that is.”
Claire Landsbaum, New York Magazine – July 27, 2016
History was made on Tuesday when Democrats unanimously voted to nominate Hillary Clinton — the first-ever woman candidate — for president of the United States. Clinton simultaneously accepted the nomination and encouraged young girls to follow in her footsteps, and even Bill took on a secondary role. Meanwhile on Wednesday, Donald Trump — the Republican nominee for president — told a female reporter to “be quiet” on live television.