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The dos and don'ts for women who want to run for office are long: They need to demonstrate they are compassionate and competent, strong (but not tough) and above all, likable.They can be funny — sort of — and they have to be smart, but they can’t take all of the credit for their work. (Headshots can make the woman come across as stuffy.He is in the strange position of being a B-list celebrity who is also the most famous man in the world.His recent Twitter attack on Mika Brzezinski of MSNBC’s exemplifies that as much as it does the president’s other by-now-familiar pathologies, notably his strange psychological need to verbally abuse women in physical terms.Fox News TV anchor and GOP debate moderator Megyn Kelly had “blood coming out of her wherever,” he said after Kelly asked him — ironically — about his treatment toward women.Even Trump's own daughters are often reduced to their looks, Dittmar points out: “She does have a very nice figure,” Trump said of his daughter, Ivanka Trump, in 2006.
Trump told Irish journalist, Caitríona Perry of RTÉ News, to come over to his desk and informed the prime minister that "she has a nice smile on her face.
On the other hand, he plainly does not know that there are tax provisions in the health-care bill Republicans are trying to drag out of Congress: He was perplexed when they came up at a White House meeting with Republican senators, saying that he was planning on taking on tax reform at a later date, oblivious to the content of the bill he purports to be negotiating.
He doesn’t understand what’s going on between Saudi Arabia and Qatar, but has taken to Twitter to argue — surprise — that, whatever it is, it’s all about him.
Trump consistently tries to undercut his female opponents — of any party — by leveling her to a bag of emotions and attractiveness (or lack thereof), said Kelly Dittmar, an assistant professor of political science at Rutgers University at Camden, who just finished a study on the role of gender in the presidential campaign.
“One way he exercises his 'masculine power' is to talk to and about women on the basis of their appearance, instead of more substance,” she said. ” Trump told Rolling Stone magazine of GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina shortly after the two got into the race in 2015.
Trump may have his problems with women, but it is his unrequited love of the media that is undoing him.