GOP strategist Ana Navarro said she's had enough of Hillary Clinton doing that whole "woman thing."
You know the thing: where she gets on stage and talks about hugely important, fundamental family and women's issues as she campaigns to become the first female president of the United States.
Navarro claimed on CNN that Clinton's "woman thing" is "lacking subtlety" this time around.
"I don't need her to drown me in estrogen every time she opens her mouth," Navarro said Sunday. "Every time she opens her mouth it's about the granddaughter and Chelsea's wedding and the yoga routines ... She doesn't need to have a sign that says, 'I'm a woman, hear me roar!'"
The rest of the CNN panel backed away from Navarro's views, arguing that the fact that Clinton is a mom, a grandmother and a woman means that femininity is "a part of her."
"Isn't it a part of all of us?" former Sen. Blanche Lincoln added. "It's our family. It's what we talk about. It's what we fight for."
H/T The Raw Story
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