Hillary Clinton will eschew the best and brightest to push gender identity politics

NY Times:
Hillary Clinton at a campaign event last month in Pittsburgh. Deeply confident that she would perform better as the president than as a political candidate, Mrs. Clinton wants to pursue a whole new approach at the White House to try to break through years of partisan gridlock.
Eric Thayer for The New York Times
Hillary Clinton at a campaign event last month in Pittsburgh. Deeply confident that she would perform better as the president than as a political candidate, Mrs. Clinton wants to pursue a whole new approach at the White House to try to break through years of partisan gridlock.
Advisers and allies say Mrs. Clinton would try to find common ground with Republicans on immigration and infrastructure spending, and appoint women to half of her cabinet posts.
Does she think Republicans are a cheap date that can be persuaded with a few drinks?

The smart ones know that her immigration policy is just a Democrat voter registration drive and a ticket to dependency for illiterate immigrants.  It is absurd to say you will insist on a particular gender for half of the appointments.  By doing so she is excluding half of the population for consideration.  That is not smart politically or for management purposes.

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