Tomorrow, she is also scheduled to visit the carpet-making units of Salawas village in Jodhpur, where she will interact with weavers and witness the making of carpets, district administration officials said.
Kelsy Kretschmer, an assistant professor at Oregon State University, told the leftist Guardian past year that in his "study" examining the voting patterns of women, "We know white men are more conservative, so when you're married to a white man you get a lot more pressure to vote consistent with that ideology".
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"I think that it was part of a historical trend that I was bucking and then it collapsed on me", she added.
"I was wondering where she got that from ... why are you saying that as a feminist?" It's bad, you can't vote for that.' So, it just stopped my momentum and it decreased my vote enough because I was ahead.
Trump had said that the climate deal was frightful for the United States and benefited developing countries like India and China.
Yet this is the picture Clinton painted of Trump's support. "I am very excited about being here and everything that I have seen", Clinton told reporters as she exited Jahaz Mahal, which according to the Indian Express was built during the rule of Mandu Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din Khilji. "People are coming together and standing up for democracy", she said, stressing that more such people are needed. I still haven't quite figured out how to not smugly say that I think Donald Trump is a con man taking advantage of his voters.
"His whole campaign, 'Make America Great Again, ' was looking backwards". A Washington Post-ABC News poll after her "deplorables" comments found that more than two-thirds of Americans felt it was unfair "to describe a large portion of Trump's supporters as prejudiced against women and minorities".