Kristin Tate: Trump ‘Will Do Better With Millennials Than People Are Suggesting’

Michael Kuzma shows his support for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during his campaign stop at the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts on May 2, 2016 in Carmel, Indiana.
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Kristin Tate, author of “Government Gone Wild: How D.C. Politicians Are Taking You For a Ride,” tells Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon, “I do think (Trump) has a shot at getting the women’s vote. Hillary would be very unwise to just assume she’s going to get the entire women vote because she is a woman.”

Continued Tate:

I think Trump obviously does very well with GOP women but what he really needs to work on moving into the general election right now is getting the moderate Independent women who are admittedly a little terrified of Trump right now because of what they’ve been hearing in the media. So, Trump needs to reach out to these women and he needs to aggressively and actively combat these absurd media attacks that he’s a bigot, or he’s anti-women because he’s not.

Citing her millennial friends and readers, Tate said, “I think he will do better with millennials than people are suggesting,” saying Trump has an “anti-establishment” appeal that many millennials could easily prefer to a “stiff bureaucrat” like Hillary Clinton.

A list of Tate’s upcoming book signings and media appearances  can be found at

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