Record number of women candidates changing dynamics of 2020 U.S. presidential race

By Amanda Becker

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I do not see any strong candidates at all for any party at the moment.

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I am surprised Ivanka's name is not there.

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Doesn't matter who the Democrats have put forward as potential Presidential candidates male or female they haven't any policies or much credibility with the American voter.

Trump 2020.

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Record number of women candidates changing dynamics of 2020 U.S. presidential race

And right off the mark, U.S. Senator Kamala Harris

Like clockwork. We know who the deep state want for their next tool. It must have upset the Reuters editor to have to include Tulsi Gabbard’s name in there. Normally they’d skip her, cuz we can’t have a true anti war President now can we?

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U.S. Senator Kamala Harris says every time she became the first woman elected to an office in California...

Not so fast, Kamala - lessee, what do we have here...

Their names are mere footnotes in history, but in California’s rich and colorful political past, Grace Dorris, Esto Broughton, Elizabeth Hughes, and Anna Saylor occupy rare space. One hundred years ago – seven years after California women won the right to vote – they were the first females elected to the California Legislature.

Ooops! Kamala is such a liar.

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