Trump: Join Me in Honoring the Critical Role of Women in America
On Wednesday, which is today, which is called International Women's Day, President Trump took time on Twitter to honor and express his respect for women and he gave them credit for the vita roles they play in American society. International Women's Day has been celebrated since the early 1990's.
Since Donald Trump's inauguration, there have been numerous women in Hollywood that have been protesting Trump's inauguration and have been saying that he will roll back the gains many women have made in the work force for the last few decades. My response to many of the women critics of Donald Trump is to find out how many women are employed in the Trump Organization and what positions many of them occupy. I believe that will say something in regards to Trump's view on women contributing to the work force. I'm certain there are scores of women that are employed at the Trump Organization and I'm certain many of them are in high-level positions. Trump's oldest daughter Ivanka was one of the top leaders in running the Trump Organization prior to the election last year. I know Trump's first wife Ivana was a career woman. Some of the comments that many of the Hollywood women have made as well as many leading feminists is just plain nonsense. I'm not insinuating that Trump doesn't have a problem with women in some capacity. He's been married three times so that should say something. And I'm fully aware of the locker room comments he made about women to Billy Bush. He was in the wrong there. But to make the allegation that Trump will roll back the gains women have made in the work force the last few decades is nonsense. He doesn't have a problem with working women. He has women in his cabinet such as Betsy DeVos and Elaine Chao. He does support working women.