Is President Donald Trump a feminist?
Some would probably scoff at the idea, noting the infamous leaked Access Hollywood tape that shows Trump saying lewd things about women and allegations that he harassed women when he owned the Miss USA pageant.
However, there’s no question that Trump has done some amazing things for women while serving as President of the United States. Adult female unemployment hit 3.7 percent in July, the lowest rate in decades. Trump chose Gina Haspel to be the first woman to lead the CIA and Nikki Haley, Trump’s pick for UN ambassador, has been praised for her tough demeanor with foreign leaders.
To hear more about how Trump really feels about women, we sat down with some of the most powerful women in Trump’s circle — White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway, and White House director of strategic communications Mercedes Schlapp.
While Trump said on the campaign trail that he is not a feminist because he is “for everyone,” these powerful ladies believe the president IS a feminist, citing his respect for the women who work for him and the pro-women policies of his administration.
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