One of the things, the important aspect of this race, is role modeling what good families should look like. And my view is that, if you can’t run your own house, you certainly can’t run the White House. Can’t do it,Ouch.
Now that is not the sole reason they voted for Trump rather than her. And men, too, had the same misgiving, as did people of either sex in other races.
But white women were a demographic she should have owned.
She did not.
From Sarah Vine:
Hillary, a woman, failed to secure the support of what, arguably, should have been her most solid constituency — other women.
The numbers are clear: 45 per cent of college-educated women voted for Trump.
Among white women, Trump beat Clinton by 53 per cent to 43 per cent. Among white, non-college women it was 62 per cent to Trump, 34 per cent to Clinton.
All these mothers, sisters, aunts and daughters who ought to have welcomed one of their own to the White House rejected her. The question is: why? The answer, I believe, is simple: she took them for granted.The bottom line is the bottom line:
The woman who let her husband play around and never made him pay for it. Who, with the Monica Lewinsky affair, suffered one of the most public humiliations in living memory — and still let Bill Clinton walk all over her.
Most egregiously, she colluded in his behavior by attacking his accusers. Notoriously, on one occasion, when a woman alleged that a state trooper tried to entice her into having sex with Bill, Hillary said: ‘We have to destroy her story.’
Let’s face it, if she can’t stand up for herself, how can she be trusted to stand up for other women? That she swallowed her humiliation for the worst of reasons — to hold on to power — only makes matters worse.My wife would have tossed me out so fast and hard, I would have landed in Kentucky.
I would settle for nothing less in a woman.
"Trump the Press" skewers media experts who wrongly predicted Trump would lose the Republican nomination. I use my deadliest weapon: their own words. "Trump the Press" is available as a paperback, and on Kindle.
The sequel is coming.