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Millennial Women Debate the Gender Factor in Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential Bid

On the campaign trail, Hillary Clinton is hammering home that if she wins the 2016 presidential election, she would be the first woman  in U.S. history to do so.  The historical significance of her bid may not be of paramount importance to millennial women. The New York Times notes that “As her chances of becoming the first woman to be nominated by a major political party improve, many women are considering how much gender could or should play into their decisions to embrace Mrs. Clinton’s candidacy — or not.”  Michelle D. Bernard of the Bernard Center,  Megan Murphy of Bloomberg, and Heidi Przybyla of  USA Today join the Hardball Roundtable to discuss.



Air Date:  December 14, 2015

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