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Hillary Clinton played the woman card, yet again, but with a twist.
In an interview with New York magazine, Clinton claimed that voters have told her that they like her, but that they don’t want to vote for a woman, an accusation that is not substantiated.
“I really admire you, I really like you, I just don’t know if I can vote for a woman to be president,” Clinton said. “I mean, they come to my events and then they say that to me.”
“Unpacking this, understanding it, is for writers like you,” said Clinton. “I’m just trying to cope with it. Deal with it. Live through it.”
Back in April, GOP nominee Donald Trump warned Clinton that she ought to use the woman card quick, saying “it’s the only thing she’s got going for her.”
Former Secretary of State Madeline Albright engulfed herself in controversy earlier this year by saying that “There’s a special place in hell for women” for women who do not vote for Clinton.
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