TRUMP'S HISTORY WITH WOMEN: B+
Most anyone would agree what Trump said on tape back in 2005 was unacceptable and cringe worthy. However if we all judged people for something they once said in a private one on one conversation, well then, we ALL would be considered unfit for society. And is it really fair to criticize Donald Trump for calling Rosie O’Donnell a "fat pig" during a Hollywood-for-ratings-feud back in 2006 especially when he was defending another woman? You can be the judge on that. The fact is when it comes to actions (you know the old saying..."Actions speaks louder than words") there are not many people on the planet that can say they have done more to give women equal opportunity than President Trump.
-Barbara Res, at 33 years old became the first women to ever be put in charge of supervising the construction of a skyscraper, when Donald Trump hired her in 1980.
-President Trump selected female Gina Haspel to be the deputy director of the CIA, making her second in command behind Mike Pompeo. Haspel is the second woman to ever hold the position and first female career CIA officer to be named deputy director,
-Trump hired Kellyanne Conway to be his campaign manager. Kellyanne Conway became the first woman ever to successfully run a presidential campaign.
-President Trump donated $25,000 to a mostly black women's basketball league after the founder was killed in the 9/11 attack.
-Trump resurrected Miss USA, an event that offers women a once in a lifetime, dream come true, experience to showcase their many talents and fitness lifestyles.
-Hired Katrina Pierson (mixed race) was hired as Trump's national spokesperson for the 2016 presidential campaign.
-Elaine Chao, an Asian female, was picked by President Trump as the head of the U.S. Transportation Department.
-African American female Omarosa Manigault was hired by President Trump as assistant to the president and director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison.
-President Trump picked Seema Verma, a female Indian American, for administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
-After Jennifer Hudson’s (African American female) mother, brother, and nephew were murdered, Trump sheltered her and her family at the Trump International Hotel & Tower free of charge.
2/15/17: President Trump announced the creation of the Joint United States-Canada Council for Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders after stating ‘We must realize the full potential of women in our economy’
2/28/17: President Donald Trump signed into law a bill aimed at encouraging women to pursue careers in science and business fields. The first bill, the Inspiring the Next Space Pioneers and Innovators and Explorers Act (INSPIRE), directs NASA to encourage women to pursue careers in science, mathematics and engineering.
2/28/17: President Donald Trump signed a second law into a bills encouraging women to pursue careers in science and business fields. The second bill, Promoting Women in Entrepreneurship Act, permits the National Science Foundation to “encourage its existing entrepreneurial programs to recruit and support women to extend their focus beyond the laboratory and into the commercial world.”
6/19/17: Lynne Patton was put in charge of Region II of the Housing and Urban Development department that oversees federal housing in the New York and New Jersey region by President Trump. Lynne Patton is a black female.
7/13/17: President Donald Trump said he would have the U.S. would contribute $50 million to the new World Bank fund conceived by his daughter that aims to help women entrepreneurs access capital and other support.
7/21/17: President Trump named Sarah Huckabee Sanders the new White House press secretary, only the third woman in American history to be White House Press Secretary.
8/19/17: Female Hope Hicks was seleted as the White House interim communications director. She is one of the longest-serving members of the Trump administration. Starting with the administration as director of strategic communications, Hope Hicks has been a regular presence in the White House and is seen as one of the members of the inner circle of Trump's top advisers.
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