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11 Times Women Wanted To Throw Things At The TV During The Debate

A woman stood on a presidential debate stage as an active participant for the first time in history Monday night. Another crack was made in the highest glass ceiling with grace, poise, zingers and intellect. And yet, for many women, the 90-minute debate was also incredibly frustrating to watch. Between Trump’s condescending tone, his endorsement of policies that would negatively affect women, and his barely-veiled racism, here are 11 times it was difficult for women on Twitter not to lose their damn minds: 1.
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