Friday on MSNBC, Tamron Hall and Chris Jansing expressed their shock that some female New Hampshire voters are not enamored with the idea of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton being the first woman president.
One told MSNBC that Clinton’s “feminism” doesn’t represent her feminism.
“I also am a woman,” the woman said. “I also face discrimination as being a woman. Her feminism does not represent my feminism. And I think that’s really important to differentiate that.”
Another woman told MSNBC Clinton’s gender “doesn’t necessarily make her the best candidate.”
“I think you have to realize that, you know, everybody’s human and you have to go for who has the best ideals and just because she’s a woman doesn’t necessarily make her the best candidate,” the other woman said.
(h/t RCP Video)
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