There is a lot of pressure from today’s so-called feminists towards women to vote for Hillary Clinton. Why? Because she’s a woman, and having the first woman president is all that matters… regardless of how she may actually treat women. She’s been described as the candidate that best represents women, even though she has a history of treating women horribly.
Meanwhile, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway — a woman — appeared on “The View”, where she talked about Donald Trump’s real record with women. “I can tell you the thing about Donald Trump that I hope you would all give credence to is he is surrounded by strong women,” she reminded them. “He has employed thousands and thousands of women over the years.”
“I report directly to Trump. He is tough, but he’s a great motivator and empowers his team to get results.” A Washington Post profile of Trump likewise found that he has been ahead of his time when it comes to women. “Many women who have worked closely with Trump say he was a corporate executive ahead of his time in providing career advancement for women,” the paper reported.
“While some say he could be boorish, his companies nurtured and promoted women in an otherwise male-dominated industry. Several women said they appreciated how Trump granted them entry to a new playing field.”
Donald Trump may say some offensive things about women, but so has Hillary Clinton. But Trump has at least proven to have a record that helps women, whereas Hillary… well, doesn’t. Just because she’s a woman, that doesn’t automatically make her the better candidate for women.