Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. takes a DNA test proving she’s not really Native American, Teen Vogue publishes an article worshiping socialism, Hillary Clinton is still in denial about about the problematic nature of her husband’s affair with a White House intern, 20 years later, and Disney princesses are under attack. All that and more in this week’s edition of Problematic Women.

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Nikki Haley is set to resign from her post at the United Nations, Hillary Clinton tells liberals to put civility on hold, the Women’s March sinks to a new low, and Taylor Swift gets political. Plus, Melania Trump expresses problematic views about #MeToo. All that and more in this week’s edition of “Problematic Women.”

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Are the attacks on Judge Brett Kavanaugh backfiring for liberals and serving to drive more conservative women to the polls? A new Marist poll suggests so. Plus, Mika Brzezinski went after Kellyanne Conway, demanding she share more about her sexual assault, Melania Trump visits Africa, and a female pro-life activist was roundhouse kicked by a man on a busy street corner in broad daylight. All that and more in this week’s edition of Problematic Women.

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Today, the Senate and the nation heard from Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford—the woman who claims she was sexually assaulted by the judged while the two were in high school. We watched the whole thing and talked to protestors, both pro- and anti-, to find out where American’s stand.

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Christine Blasey Ford isn’t the only one facing harassment and violent threats—Sen. Susan Collins, a Republican senator from Maine and a swing vote, is too. Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., apparently thought those threats were funny, writing on Twitter in part, “Boo hoo.” Swalwell has since apologized, but is it enough? Plus: this week it’s not just Brett Kavanaugh’s integrity on trial — the future of the #MeToo movement is, too. And finally, feminists say the iPhone is sexist because the screen is too big for their hands. Do they have a point? We discuss all this and more in this week’s edition of Problematic Women.

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Planned Parenthood names a new president and hardly anyone challenges her when she makes an appearance on “The View,” a new study finds alarmingly high rates of attempted suicide among transgender adolescents and teens, misleading hits keep coming against Brett Kavanaugh, and a local news anchor brings attention to the opioid crisis in a heartbreaking, but inspiring way.

All that and more in this week’s edition of Problematic Women.

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This week on Problematic Women we break down the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing and the left’s ensuing meltdown, the new Nike Colin Kaepernick ads and how he didn’t really sacrifice anything, and a former TV had to quit his job at Trader Joe’s over the internet’s over reaction. We also, give you a quick guide to football this season and crown our Problematic Women of the Week, who twitter wrongfully deemed a “white supremacist” because of the way she rested her hand during the Kavanaugh hearing. All that and more on this week’s episode of Problematic Women.

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Brown University takes down a study because the transgender community didn’t like it, actress Alyssa Milano “lends” her voice to protest Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, women are freezing their eggs at younger ages than ever, Twitter (once again) shows its bias by declining to take down threats against the lives of NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch’s children, and Kelsey is getting married!

All that and more in this week’s edition of Problematic Women.

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This week on Problematic Women: first lady Melania Trump’s cyberbullying summit gets buried in a busy news week, a prominent #MeToo advocate who accused Harvey Weinstein of rape is accused of sexual assault herself, Mollie Tibbetts’ tragic death sparks a heated immigration debate, a woman in Saudi Arabia might get beheaded for protesting the government, and #TimesUp gets hijacked by far-left activists.

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Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says America was “never great,” much in part, due to the “discrimination and stereotyping of women.” But are women in America really systematically being discriminated against and stereotyped, or is Cuomo just using women as pawns to push a greater agenda? We discuss that question, along with a new CBS News and Refinery29 poll that found that less than half of American millennial women identify as feminists and half are not sure the #MeToo movement has made things better for women.

Plus, the Queen of Soul, singer Aretha Franklin, has died. We’ll be joined by a special guest who will discuss the ways she impacted the music industry and beyond.

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On today’s Problematic Women — our very own Kelsey Harkness and Lauren Evans recently produced a mini-documentary about the May shooting in Santa Fe, Texas. Unlike Parkland, this community was not given a voice and has largely been forgotten. So many of the students are bravely telling their story. We also discuss Turning Point USA’s Candace Owens’ harassment in Philadelphia along with founder Charlie Kirk on Monday.

Plus: The NFL adds male dancers to a couple of teams, and doctors are reporting a scary new trend in the plastic surgery field – “Snapchat Dysmorphia.”

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Hollywood is producing a new movie detailing the downfall of former Fox News Chief Roger Ailes—but where are the movies on Matt Lauer and Harvey Weinstein? Former Olympic skier and gold medalist Bode Miller and his wife, Morgan, opening up about losing their 19-month-old daughter in a tragic drowning accident, and Meghan Markle takes on a new cause: abolishing menstruation taboos for women in India.

Plus: liberal website Media Matters attempts to smear Liz Wheeler, host of “The Tipping Point With Liz Wheeler” on One America News, for her coverage of Planned Parenthood and abortion. We chat with Liz about why the hit piece is only causing her to double down.

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In this week’s edition of Problematic Women, we discuss Saudi women taking to the road in “big cars with big engines,” Meghan McCain facilitating a meet-and-greet with Taylor Swift for a woman who has glioblastoma, and high-heeled crocs, which are now a thing.

Also, we discuss U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley’s major speech this week at The Heritage Foundation, where she explained her decision to withdraw the U.S. from the U.N.’s Human Rights Council.

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On this week’s episode of #ProblematicWomen, we discuss Sarah Palin allegedly getting duped by notorious prankster Sacha Baron Cohen who was dressed up as veteran — wheelchair and all — to troll the former Alaska governor, and Tomi Lahren sounding off on Roe v. Wade and advising conservatives on how they should handle the issue of abortion. And while on the topic of abortion, we address Michelle Wolf treating it like a punchline in her new Netflix comedy special. Meanwhile in New York City, more African-American babies are being aborted than born.

Finally, American Eagle rolls forward with the next step in their body positive swimsuit campaign, Iranian women risk arrest by dancing via Instagram, and Brett Kavanaugh’s former female clerks are going to bat for their former boss. All that and more in this week’s edition of Problematic Women.

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In honor of America’s Independence Day, this week’s special edition of “Problematic Women” counts down the five most problematic—and independent—women of the year. From First Lady Melania Trump wearing the wrong shoes as she boards Air Force One, to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao protecting her husband in the wake of aggressive protesters, these women define what it means to be strong and independent.

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While some Democrats have distanced themselves from calls for targeted harassment of Trump administration officials, the Women’s March has embraced it. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, however, is having none of it. Plus: 548 “women’s experts” from around the world label the U.S. one of the most dangerous places for women to live, and Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the “Little House on the Prairie” books, was taken off an award by the Association for Library Service to Children over racism concerns. All that and more in this week’s edition of Problematic Women.

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After undergoing kidney surgery on May 14, Melania Trump made her first public appearance at a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) briefing with President Donald Trump, Vice President Pence and other members of the Cabinet.

The appearance ended a period of media frenzy and conspiracy theories regarding her whereabouts, and came hours after the president took to Twitter to defend Melania.

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