Donald Trump has the confidence and trust of women. Donald Trump has raised two strong, educated, and successful daughters. He has championed improved maternity leave benefits for women. He pays men and women equally for equal work at the Trump Organization. In fact, he evenly disregards gender, race and sexual orientation in the hiring process and expects results equally from everyone. In the video link below, Donald Trump and his Executive Vice President describe their policy, and the fact that the Trump Organization has more female executives.
What about the "locker room" talk incident, one might question...
Indeed the media has distracted Americans from real issues with remarks made in private many years ago. To add perspective, if you were to ask women in the Armed Forces, Police, and Border Security if they had ever overheard male colleagues speaking inappropriately, you can trust that they have "heard it all". Not that this is acceptable, hence the sincere apology.
These same brave women in uniform overwhelmingly support and endorse Donald J. Trump for President. They have seen failed policies leading to the displacement of millions of peace-loving muslims, the destruction of Libya, and the rise of ISIS. They see criminal aliens entering through open borders bringing devastation to families. Police women see murder rates in cities increasing, including uncontrolled increases in violence in Chicago - the current President's hometown.
As mothers, they know increasing taxes, increasing energy costs, and increasing health insurance premiums will spread poverty and job loss. With increasing poverty comes poorer food choices for their families, and rising healthcare costs.
In a letter of endorsement, retired US Navy Admiral Marianne B. Drew (pictured above), along with many distinguished Military Leaders stated "we support Donald Trump and his commitment to rebuild our military, to secure our borders, to defeat our Islamic supremacist adversaries and restore law and order domestically. We urge our fellow Americans to do the same. "
On [November 3, 2020], women in the Armed Forces, Police, and Border Security will vote against a level of corruption never seen before in the U.S.A. On [November 3rd], they will vote for the leader who represents the very freedom and liberty they risk their lives to defend every single day - Donald J. Trump.
Credit : Adm. Marianne Drew, Danielle Nantz, Ajay Joshi