On Sunday, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway appeared on “Fox & Friends” to talk about the midterm elections, which are just two days away.
During the segment, host Katie Pavlich brought up a piece from The New York Times in which the author suggests that women who voted for President Trump are afraid of losing the “world they largely know – Christian, conservative, and white.”
Pavlich then stated: “So if you’re a woman supporting Trump, you’re a racist.”
That’s completely ridiculous, as you know. Women are – they put a lot into their voter consideration. They are not single issue voters; we’re not single issue thinkers. We can do the math. We see the economy. In fact, the economy for women is the best it’s been in decades, literally…
Women see that growth is above 4%; unemployment is below 4%. Best unemployment figures among women in 65 plus years. The deregulation has helped so many small business-owning women and aspiring small business-owning women to go ahead and form those businesses, to expand them, to hire – not to contract, but to expand. And women know, even beyond the economy, what this president has done in terms of law and order, and respecting our military, and our veterans; border security is national security.