Tag: War on Women

Abandoning Donald Trump and, for Some Women, the G.O.P., Too

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The Revolt of the Conservative Women

David A. Graham, The Atlantic – October 26, 2016

The 2016 presidential campaign kicked off in earnest with a clash between Megyn Kelly and Donald Trump over gender and conservatism at the first GOP debate, and now there’s another Kelly moment to bookend the race. Newt Gingrich, a top Trump surrogate, was on Kelly’s Fox News show Tuesday night, jousting with her in a tense exchange stretching over nearly eight minutes.

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Donald Trump’s War on Women is Officially in Full Swing

Kathleen Parker, Washington Post – March 25, 2016

Once upon a time, I protested the Democratic trope that the GOP was waging war on women. Since the accusation was based primarily on the Republican Party’s continuing defense of the not-yet-born, amid absurd and offensive comments by a handful of GOP males whose tongues and brains have never met, I rejected the notion as little more than a political strategy. Sue me if you must, but I’ve changed my mind.

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Ivanka is Donald Trump’s Best Weapon in War on Women

Jaclyn Cashman, Boston Herald – February 9, 2016

For voters who may be put off by her father’s notorious feuds and off-color remarks about some women, Ivanka is a prime example of how Trump — the rhetoric and grandstanding aside — actually values women.

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