I don’t find him very respectful of women…I’d definitely like to hear a change in rhetoric.
I still haven’t been convinced that he’s not a racist, misogynistic, transphobic, homophobic — all these other things — candidate.
For too long, Republican leaders haven’t been making our case to millennials.
But some analysts and observers say it may be too late after months of a campaign that's been marked by exclusionary policies and brash tone. "In terms of the messages he’s been sending out to young people, I don’t know that they can really turn those things back," Kawashima-Ginsberg said, adding, "Even if he switches gears toward the general youth electorate and suddenly starts paying attention to them to say we love young people, we are all about women, I don’t think it’s going to convince them."
People are concerned about jobs, about student loans, and about the safety of our country, so I feel like those issues are just as important to millennial women as they are for all Americans.
I want to see him praise his wife in the same manner that she praised him, and have it having nothing to do with looks, but have everything to do with what she means to their family.
Refinery29's Kaelyn Forde contributed to this report.
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