Before the 2016 election everyone on the left shifted the narrative that women would never vote for President Trump. The talking heads on the fake news media and Democrats could not fathom that a woman would place a vote for someone they deemed as a “sexist womanizer”.
Once again the fake news media and the Democrats were wrong.
In the 2016 election 53% of white women voted for Trump. 82% of non white women voted Democrat but with the way the economy is going and all the things Trump has done(Prison reform) for the Hispanic and African American community, in addition to Biden being a serial groper his numbers with women in 2020 should stay strong.
Trumps campaign donations are rolling in, already raising over $30 million dollars in the first quarter of 2018. 45% of his donations come from women.
According to an analysis from the Center for Responsive Politics, 45% of Trump’s donations during the fundraising period came from women.
That would be the third-highest percentage among all 2020 candidates. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, took the top spot with 52 percent of donations coming from female donors and Sen. Kamala Harris, came in second with 49 percent of her donations coming from women. CRP analyzed data for itemized donations over $200.
Keep in mind Harris and Gillibrand may have a higher % but have raised way less money overall. Trump has raised more money from women than any other candidate in the race!
He talks about women just like he would talk to a typical American voter,” said Kayleigh McEnany, press secretary for the 2020 Trump campaign. “Democrats pander to women. President Trump acts for women and speaks to women.”
The campaign also points out that Trump reported more female donors than any other candidate — with 10,329 women donating to his campaign, followed by Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., with 3,850 donors and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., with 3,271 donors. This is somewhat to be expected, however, since Trump is the incumbent Republican candidate while Democrats are locked in a crowded primary and splitting the vote — and the donor pool — for now.
“The results of the Trump economy, including near record-low unemployment for women – translates into enthusiasm, donations, and ultimately, votes,” Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel in a statement. “Just as President Trump has delivered on his promises, women voters will be an integral part of President Trump’s successful re-election in 2020.”
Trump, at a rally in Panama City Beach, Fla., on Wednesday, touted the economy as a top reason for that support.“The women’s unemployment rate is the lowest in more than 65 years and soon will be a record low,” he said among cheers from the crowd.
Beyond economic issues, women at the rally who supported Trump in 2016 told Fox News that the top issue on their minds heading into 2020 is immigration. And they like the president’s tough approach.
“I think I like the fact that he’s kind of out there, kind of wild, and he’s not afraid to address the issues,” said Irene Fowlas. “He’s not afraid to be for opposition. He knows how to address issues head on.”Source
Democrats heads must be exploding with the amount of MONEY Trump is bringing in among female voters.