The women of the Internet have been on fire with comebacks following Donald Trump's comment on Tuesday that Hillary Clinton is using her "woman card" to win the presidential race. But no response has been quite as good as the Democratic frontrunner's herself.
Clinton declared "deal me in" in response to Trump's comment late Tuesday night and released a fake "Woman Card" Thursday morning. Created by Clinton's campaign, the "Woman Card" can be found at womancard.org.
The cheeky card is in the style of a credit card and reads: "What's good for women is good for America." The card is "good starting" on January 2017, the year the next president takes office.
Clicking on the card brings readers to the section on Clinton's campaign website that covers her stance on women's issues.
"America has taken tremendous strides when it comes to expanding opportunity for women -- but our fight is far from over," Clinton's campaign website reads. "Hillary believes that issues that affect women’s lives are not just 'women’s issues' -- they are family issues, they are economic issues, and they are crucial to our future competitiveness. She has been fighting for women and girls her entire career, and she’s just getting started."
As Clinton said in response to Trump's remarks on Tuesday night, telling the crowd: “If fighting for women’s health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the woman card, then deal me in!”
Well done, Hillary.