Lawrence And Rachel On The Gender Dynamics Of Presidential Campaigns | The Last Word | MSNBC

Lawrence O’Donnell and Rachel Maddow explore why female candidates tend to come under more scrutiny than other demographics when it comes to presidential politics. Aired on 2/12/2020.
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Lawrence And Rachel On The Gender Dynamics Of Presidential Campaigns | The Last Word | MSNBC


    1. @Dean F.
      I don’t know how many times you’re going to copy and paste this comment.
      Bernie 2020.

    2. If you want to see Medicare for All to have a fighting chance…we need to win the Senate.

      *Vote out these vulnerable GOP Senators!* Collins (ME), Gardner (CO), McSally (AZ), Tillis (NC), Ernst (IA)
      If the Democrats gain these seats, and lose only Doug Jones (AL), the Dems will have the majority in the Senate.

    1. @Bud Fudlacker That’s phukn idiotic! Bud!

      … But it’s reasonable since you’re clearly a very stable genius.

    1. Really, when your once leading female candidate lied about her heritage to advance her career and then lied about being fired for being pregnant? When you are caught lying fess up and move on.
      Amy Klobuchar isnt getting the same as she isnt a liar.

  1. Exact: “Asking for a friend”. A soulmate. A share of one’s own “electability”. But this m u s t remain 🙈🙉🙊, for “that famous” God’s sake.

    1. I didn’t understand why Booker and harris weren’t polling better with black Americans? I thought they were both awesome and made small donations

    2. They all hit the IQ Ceiling eventually.
      Should we give them a mental box to stand on?
      …Affirmative vote count?

  2. I’m a woman and to to use identity politics is cheap, MSNBC. I vote on policies and Amy is not that person. President Bernard Sanders.

  3. “The Last Word bump.”
    I have seen Rachel do this several times: anticipate what someone was going to say when it wasn’t just plainly obvious, and even when it was an entirely original remark. Geez, how does she _do_ that?? I believe this woman may be the smartest person in the entire media industry.
    Note: there are several other reasons for my opinion on that.

  4. I love to see these two chat, even if the subject is frightening. You can absolutely tell there is mutual respect.

  5. Only 100 years after the 19th Amendment where women fought for and won the right to vote… we are still fighting for the right to have a place in the American Dream… makes me mad!

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