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  2. That’s the thing about having actual morals. When you have real convictions and beliefs, and work towards them consistently, you don’t find yourself in the position of having to explain terrible things you said in the past.

  3. To me it wasn’t about if a woman could be President, like if they were capable of it. It was more about if the voters would elect a female President because there’s too many old-school voters still alive who think women belong in the kitchen instead of an office, let alone the Oval Office. Maybe I’m missing some context.

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