Ronnee Schreiber

San Diego State University

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Melania Trump will be the headline speaker Monday at the Republican Convention in Cleveland. Her husband, Donald Trump has had problems courting women voters.

Trump and conservative women

Melania Trump will be the headline speaker Monday at the Republican Convention in Cleveland. Her husband, Donald Trump has had problems courting women voters.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Republican candidates like Donald Trump seem to be making the party’s job of attracting women voters that much harder.

Women Voters in the GOP

Republican candidates like Donald Trump seem to be making the party’s job of attracting women voters that much harder.

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