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Jessica Anderson, vice president of Heritage Action for America, joins us to discuss a recent survey commissioned by the organization that reveals the top issues that concern women, whether their opinions really differ from those of men, and how women feel about President Donald Trump’s performance—and personality—thus far. Specifically, we discuss what the results tell us about suburban women and their take on the so-called soft issues, such as immigration and abortion. Listen to the podcast, or read the lightly edited transcript below.
We also discuss:
—Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s so-called environmentally conscious decision to give son Archie only one other sibling.
—New data released by the U.S. Soccer Federation showing that despite generating a net loss over the past 11 years, female players actually earned more than the male players.
—A viral social media post shaming millennials for going to Disney World alone.
—The estranged wife of Dubai’s ruler, who filed for a marriage protection order and a non-molestation order to protect her two children from imprisonment in Dubai.
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