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Reader Opinion: What if a woman said that?

Imagine if a woman president got on Twitter every morning to complain about people being mean and unfair to her. She'd undoubtedly be labeled by some as being weak, childish, hysterical, shrill, vindictive, thin-skinned, a bully and unfit to lead...

Imagine if a woman president got on Twitter every morning to complain about people being mean and unfair to her.

She'd undoubtedly be labeled by some as being weak, childish, hysterical, shrill, vindictive, thin-skinned, a bully and unfit to lead.

Yet, for some reason, those same people refuse to use those labels to describe the man (a self-proclaimed "very stable genius") who currently occupies the Oval Office and gets on Twitter every morning to complain about people being mean and unfair to him.

What does that tell you about such people?

Brian Marsh

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