Merriam-Webster Tweets The Definition Of Feminism After Kellyanne Conway's Remarks
- Author: Leroy Wright Feb 24, 2017,
Feb 24, 2017, 6:55
After Thursday afternoon at CPAC claiming, "It's hard", for her to call herself a feminist, because it's, "very anti-male", and, "very pro-abortion, "Merriam-Webster-yes, the dictionary-squarely put her in her place on their Twitter with a nice little subtweet".
Two Mondays ago, Conway - who was Trump's campaign manager during last year's election - told MSNBC that Michael Flynn, Trump's former national security adviser, had the president's "full confidence" in the wake of reports that he made controversial contacts with Russian Federation and lied to Vice President Mike Pence about it. Hours later, Flynn resigned, and Conway said the following day that Flynn had offered to. She learned to be an independent woman without the label. She is neither one of the gazillion pro-abortion Democratic women nor is she willing to be silent while hostile interviewers go at her hammer and tong. "And I'm neither anti-male and pro-abortion", Conway said.
"It is telling that so many women voters looked beyond gender and looked at issues they care about", Conway said.
President Donald Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway may have been temporarily "sidelined" from TV appearances, but that doesn't mean she's no longer making headlines. I think one of the things you've done very effectively is explain how women belong in the conservative movement.
Thank you, Kellyanne Conway, for pretty much defining what feminism isn't.
Kellyanne Conway, the first woman to run a successful USA presidential campaign, said Thursday that she doesn't consider herself a feminist "in a classic sense" because the term is associated with being "anti-male" and "pro-abortion". Conway, who made history as the first woman to lead a winning presidential campaign, also took a swing at her critics, suggesting that it's women - not men - holding other fellow female leaders back. I'm neither anti-male or pro-abortion.
She was "off message", a White House source said...
So when in doubt, just say "I'll have what he's having, and indeed you'll get it".
"How many days have you been booked on this show?"
Conway's remarks were part of the annual multiday CPAC event, held at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland.