A man running for U.S. president credits 'women who left their kitchens' for his early success
February 22, 2016 - Uncategorized
Republican presidential hopeful John Kasich told voters on Tuesday that he was successful early on in his politics career because he managed to galvanize voters, including “many women who left their kitchens” to campaign for him.
People instantly criticized Kasich’s out-of-touch remark, with a woman in the crowd immediately calling him out for it.
“I’ll come to support you. But I won’t be coming out of the kitchen,” said the woman, who was part of the crowd at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
“I gotcha,” Kasich replied.