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The first woman to be a candidate for the President of the United States was Victoria Woodhull: Could a woman president make the United States a better place to live?

The first woman to be a candidate for the President of the United States was Victoria Woodhull: Could a woman president make the United States a better place to live?
  • Yes, Everyone who have a brain can make the impossible

    Possible for anyone who have wisdom and awareness to do anything as well as he can transfer any situation from the bad to the betterو So whatever the sex of the person male or female, can achieve the goals and aspirations of the people and make the United States a better place to live

  • A woman president could make the United States a better place to live

    A woman president could make the United States a better place to live. Then again, she might make it a worse place to live. It all depends on her stances and views. If the aim is to push women's rights at the expense of all else, then it's a bad thing. The president simply needs to follow the constitution, whether they are a woman or a man.

  • Yes, of course.

    Any president could make the United States a better place to live, regardless of gender. A woman president wouldn't improve the country simply because she is a woman, but if she's good at her job, she could improve the country, just like any other president. However, a woman could have a slightly different perspective on things than a man because of the way women are raised and taught to behave, compared to the way men are raised and taught to behave, so it's possible that a woman would approach certain things differently than men generally would.

  • A woman president has the potential to improve U.S. lives

    A woman president has the the potential to make the United States a better place to live. Men have been ruling this country for a long time, and there are many problems. Currently, ego and rigid ideology have gotten in the way of running the country. Women tend to be more prone to compromise.

  • I don't care,

    But other nations would.
    Personally, I don't care if the president is male, female, white, black or any physical trait. What would matter to me is what they plan to do once made president. Thing is, people of other nations do not all agree. In some nations, like the ones we are dealing with now, women have no voice. If she was elected president and called the leader of a country like that, my guess is they would ask her to put her husband, or some other person in charge, on the phone. Funny thing is, Hillary states that Trump is unfit for foreign relations. How qualified is she if the foreign nation won't even speak with her.


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