Zionist Union MK Michaeli: Hard to see man who waved flag of humiliating women get elected

November 9, 2016 11:29


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Zionist Union MK Merav Michaeli congratulated Donald Trump on his victory in Tuesday's US presidential election, but said that it was "a difficult day in which a man who waved the flag of hurting and humiliating women and others was elected."

Michaeli said that it was a difficult day as well for all those who had hoped to see a worthy woman be elected US president for the first time. "Hillary Clinton made history with her amazing record of accomplishments and her personality which brought her to this stage," Michaeli said. "Because of her, women know today that, even if our struggle for equality has taken a hit and been delayed, it will come."

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