With Donald Trump literally taking center stage in Thursday night’s Fox News Republican Presidential Primary Debate, inquiring minds want to know where The Donald stands on women’s issues (both he and his lawyer have tantalized observers with hints). Scott Clement, a pollster for The Washington Post said, “Among the general public, women overwhelmingly dislike him. But among Republicans and GOP-leaning independents, national horse race polls don’t show much of a gender gap in Trump’s support.” Lucky for us, The Washington Post dove deep into three of Trump’s memoirs to examine his opinions on women. Trump’s views range from, “My own mother was a housewife all her life. And yet it’s turned out that I’ve hired a lot of women for top jobs, and they’ve been among my best people” to, “Women have one of the great acts of all time. The smart ones act very feminine and needy, but inside they are real killers …”, to, “all the women on The Apprentice flirted with me — consciously or unconsciously.” Perhaps most interesting, though, is his take on which gender is “the weaker sex.”
Read the full story at The Washington Post.