Donald Trump Just Pointed Out Feminism’s Double-Standard: “When I Defend Myself Against Megyn Kelly, It’s ‘Sexist'”

While feminism claims women are equal to men and can compete at their level, it simultaneously treats women like pathetic damsels who crumble under pressure.

On Tuesday, Donald Trump took to Twitter to share his opinion on Fox News “journalist” Megyn Kelly, apparently reacting to something negative she’d said about him on her show:

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Trump is referring to the ironic way in which the female-collective often calls him a misogynist simply for defending himself with some vigor against women who initiated the clash themselves.

It reminds me of a point I make all the time: Donald Trump’s so-called “misogyny” is actually pro-woman, because instead of going easy on women as if they are pathetic weaklings who can’t compete at the level of men, he treats them as he would any of the men he ruthlessly goes after.

Trump is a triumph of gender-equality, dishing out unrepentant insults, attacks, and comebacks with unapologetic fervor—to both men and women.

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