Ladies (and gentlemen, too), Ann Romney has entered her voice into the general election. Mitt Romney is a person that admires women and listens to them, and I am grateful that he listens to me." Meanwhile, Hilary Rosen was on CNN this morning, refusing to back down from her comments.
She was on Fox this morning with Martha Mac Callum, discussing comments from Democratic consultant Hilary Rosen that have caused a complete firestorm in the past 14 or so hours. She repeated that she was not trying to insult Ann Romney, saying that "being a mom is the hardest job in the world." And she tried to shift the subject to Mitt Romney's policies on women — to little avail.
"It's a dream to exploit a situation like this via blackmail.
The point is whether it happened or not, I'm not sure it did. It is still a national security situation no doubt." In Trump World it doesn't matter if anything "happened or not" just so long as he can claim "it's possible." Hilary Rosen had had enough.
Hilary Rosen reacts to Donald Trump's speech at the National Association of Home Builders convention in Miami Beach. "It's unfortunate that his economic analysis and his political analysis is so off.
On CNN Thursday morning, Rosen said Trump was "low energy" and called listening to him "torture." "You made me listen to him for 25 minutes. You're going to see Hillary Clinton today talk about her economic plan.
Donald Trump got really weird on Twitter yesterday, "supporting" Huma Abedin for leaving Anthony Weiner, but at the same time making it all about Hillary Clinton by association. Since Huma has access to classified information, Trump opined on the Dori Monson show that her sexting husband, Weiner must know "much of this information" and he thinks "it's terrible." Donald then went on to attack Clinton for being careless with our national security and used the "close proximity" offensive.
CNN's Kayleigh Mc Enany repeated Trump's ridiculous claims on CNN's New Day and said, "LT.
Rosen complained that Trump hasn't released his tax returns and asked "what is he hiding?
Political jerkballery For starters, you’ve certainly heard about the skullthuddingly stupid furor that was whipped up over Hilary Rosen’s statement that Ann Romney “never worked a day in her life.”In context, this is really not much problem with Rosen’s remarks.
Mitt said he didn’t have the problem with the ladies, on account of he asked his wife what she thought about economic issues, so there.
"The last three administrations' National Security Advisers and National Security Teams are supporting Hillary Clinton for President, not Donald Trump." She continued, "There's no question that the judgment that Hillary Clinton has far surpassed the support that Donald Trump has." Camerota then asked, "What about the connection of Huma and Anthony Weiner?
And here's where Rosen made the only point that needs to be made on this issue.
That way you’ll feel strong and powerful, ready to launch yourself into your weekend.