RNC spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany trashed Hillary Clinton on Tuesday for her fake apology to female Trump voters.
During a recent trip to India, Clinton asserted that white female voters went for Trump because they were swayed by their husbands, bosses, and sons. After near-universal outcry over her comments, Clinton “clarified” her statements, writing on Facebook that she “meant no disrespect.”
Fox News contributor Jessica Tarlov insisted that Clinton did apologize for the comments by saying she didn’t mean to offend anyone, and claimed that Clinton’s original statements were “rooted in fact.”
“There are studies… that do show that white women vote the same way that their husbands do, and I just find this reaction — not altogether shocking — but just getting a little old here,” Tarlov said. “She’s telling the truth about patterns of behavior of white women in this country.”
“She’s not telling the truth,” McEnany declared. “I can tell you this: I was not influenced by my husband or the men in my life and likewise, when you look at these so-called studies, she’s actually misquoting the studies.”
McEnany clarified that the studies indicate women tend to vote for the economic interests of their families.
“From that she extrapolates that we are mind-numb robots who only vote the way men in our lives vote,” she continued. “And let me note: Hillary Clinton has this very bad habit of attacking half the country and attacking women who do not disagree with her.”
“She is really a faux feminist,” she concluded.