From:Politico Staff To: Marlene Fuchs Marlene.
[email protected] Date: 2017-06-16 06:01 Subject: Why Trump’t be ‘women are not equal’ slogan article Trump has been using a slogan that is sexist to describe women.
In a series of tweets on Tuesday, the president claimed the phrase is a way to call out his opponents for attacking his female supporters, even though his opponents often do not even say he’s a woman.
The phrase “women arent equal” has been used by @realDonaldTrump to call your supporters out on their sexist attacks on @hillaryclinton and @HillaryClinton2016, while at the same time, she is running against the president for the highest office in the land.
This is a blatant and shameful abuse of power.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 16, 2017The phrase is so sexist that @BarackObama, @HillaryObama and @SenTedCruz all used it to attack her.
It has been criticized for its sexism and has been a favorite among misogynists.
It’s also been used against the female nominee for president in 2016, Carly Fiorina, who used the phrase to criticize her opponent.
Trump has taken advantage of this sexism, and his use of it in this way is a clear sign that he is a sexist.
The phrase has been abused by many Republicans, including the Trump campaign, to attack their opponents.
And it’s used against female opponents as well.
Trump’s sexism is also being used by some female politicians.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, the first female senator from New York, used the slogan in her Senate campaign to criticize Sen. Tammy Baldwin, the Democrat from Wisconsin, for criticizing Trump’s attacks on her husband, former President Bill Clinton.
“Senator Kirsten, Tammy, you’re the only woman on the Senate Judiciary Committee who’s ever held a job in the Senate,” Gillibrands campaign manager, Amanda Miller, said during the debate.
Baldwin did not respond.
The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
In fact, Trump’s campaign manager did not tweet about Gillibranders use of the slogan on Twitter, either.
Instead, the Trump team tweeted about the Gillibrandi campaign’s statement that Baldwin did a terrible job of defending Trump and the president, with the hashtag “#womenarentequal.”
Trump also used the term in an interview with Fox News, which was posted online on Tuesday.
In the interview, Trump said he uses the phrase in response to people calling him names like “cunt,” and said it’s just another way to say, “you’re not worthy of me.”
Trump did not say the phrase was sexist, or that he used it because of his gender.
He said he has to be “the most successful president the world has ever seen.”
Trump has also been using it to mock the size of his female followers.
In his campaign speeches, Trump has repeatedly compared himself to a boxer, calling them “super men” and “superwomen.”
Trump has also tweeted the phrase.
“So when people call me ‘the worst president ever,’ that means they don’t like me or think I’m a bad president.
I don’t care, they don and they’re right.
They’re right,” he wrote in June 2016.