Are you the official magazine of the DNC?
— Piero Presinaci (@TheManFromDisco) June 27, 2017
The presidential election was nearly eight months ago now, but Cosmo’s still not over the fact that Hillary lost. So they’re trying to process it in their own special way:
— Cosmopolitan (@Cosmopolitan) June 27, 2017
Rebecca Nelson writes:
When Hillary Clinton won the election on Nov. 8, 2016 — and it was certain she was going to win — she would take the stage at New York City’s Javits Center, a building made entirely of glass. As she and women across the country celebrated her shattering the highest glass ceiling, confetti designed to look like shards of glass would rain down from the literal glass ceiling.
The confetti never fell, of course. Her supporters — especially women — were crushed that she lost. America would not have a woman president yet.
But women might not have to wait too much longer. Unlike past elections, where one woman competed in the primaries against a gaggle of men, this time, there’s a slew of eminently qualified women waiting to run. Here are seven women to watch leading up to the 2020 election.
And those seven women are — drumroll, please — Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Tammy Duckworth, Sheryl Sandberg, and Oprah. Because of course Oprah.
But we can’t seem to shake this feeling that there are still some women missing from that list. Wonder why that is.
Not a single Republican woman. Not surprised though.
— Olympia Bardis (@olympiabardis) June 27, 2017
Of course it's only liberal women ?
— Brad Lang (@BradLangShow) June 27, 2017
Talk about inclusion. Cosmo doesn't list a single Republican woman who could be the first female president. https://t.co/rq8p1qbQo8
— Alyssa Hackbarth (@AlyssaEinDC) June 27, 2017
No Republican women on here. So much for diversity.
— Valente Montes (@Valente_Montes) June 27, 2017
No GOP women? Cosmo is more pro Democrats than it is pro Women.
— Nicholas Virzi (@nicholasvirzi) June 27, 2017
No republican women? #NikkiHaley
— david loyd (@chiefwalkalot) June 27, 2017
Wow. You couldn't find any Republican women? Biased much?
— Nicole Orbe (@wifeyorbe) June 27, 2017
Wow you guys really didn't include anyone on the Right. Ridiculous. https://t.co/lkztsNolHK
— Ericka Andersen (@ErickaAndersen) June 27, 2017
So, there are no qualified conservative women, then?
— RadioDoneRight (@FrantzRadio) June 27, 2017
Wow not one republican woman. Seems to me like you want to limit the voice & accomplishments of an entire political side.
— Unclerico23 (@UncleRico23) June 27, 2017
btw, it really does bother me that so many "pro-women" groups only consider liberals to be acceptable women
It's a truly damaging attitude
— PoliMath (@politicalmath) June 27, 2017
Where are the republican women? Oops! Your agenda is showing!!!
— Chris Kilian (@KilianChris) June 27, 2017
100% liberals. Funny how that works. You can't be bothered to find a single Republican woman, just to pretend to be unbiased?
— Tyler ? (@TCoop6231) June 27, 2017
— Dodd (@Amuk3) June 27, 2017
Not a single Republican woman yet one Democratic woman who has said she will never run for office. Well done. https://t.co/Ge1OzGodln
— Mat (@sunnyright) June 27, 2017
So weird how I don't see Nikki Haley on here…
— LPJamison (@LPJamison) June 27, 2017
No republicans? I see. How about Nikkie Haley? She is not powerful and inspiring enough for your magazine?
— Lolapaola (@lolapaola111) June 27, 2017
Couldn't have given Nikki Haley a pity paragraph? https://t.co/6XtAqopZWh
— Emily Zanotti (@emzanotti) June 27, 2017
— The Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) June 27, 2017
Where is Nikki Haley on this list?
Oh… it only counts if they’re democrats. https://t.co/SxuEyuandY
— Josh Perry ?? (@MrJoshPerry) June 27, 2017
Absence of GOP women is more proof that Dems wants everyone to look differently but think the same. Inexcusable to not include Nikki Haley.
— M0ser (@TM0s41) June 27, 2017
Mia Love? Joni Ernst? Nikki Haley?! It seems odd that you omitted these amazing and inspirational women ?
— Rory (@rhetorical_rory) June 27, 2017
Nikki Haley? Mia Love? Condi Rice? Oh right I forgot – they aren't *real* women.
— Dr. Kankokage (@kankokage) June 27, 2017
Not on the list:
Haley is more likely than at least 5 of the women on that list https://t.co/L76LFBvzZ7
— PoliMath (@politicalmath) June 27, 2017
Susana Martinez & more.
Yes, Cosmo, GOP women exist. https://t.co/WLgXV5dzNv
— FutureFemaleLeaders (@FFL_of_America) June 27, 2017
Cosmo thinks there are no women in the GOP who could be President. Sounds like they are part of the very Patriarchy they criticize. Sad! https://t.co/nlgWQla603
— Meech (@michi83) June 27, 2017
This is highly problematic, Cosmo. In more ways than one:
I notice a pattern with the women here. They are all exclusively liberal progressives. And you wonder why people despise the media.
— Doubting Thomas (@OutrageDenied) June 27, 2017
It's OK. They will get it soon from the SJW's for not including any trans-women.
— Hiding in the Bay (@HidingInTheBay) June 27, 2017