If you cared about knowing you would already know and no need to ask me to educate you like a 5th grade teacher.
How do you think I found out these facts you seem clueless about?
Louis Weeks

You know, this is funny because my elementary school teacher taught me to always attribute sources to claims I make in writing. You don’t have to educate anyone on anything; you chose to speak up and make a claim. As such, the burden of proof is on you.

But I’m sick at home right now, so I’ve got the time to do your homework.

Trump has more women in top management positions with his corporation than men.

This is a claim that Trump’s lawyer has made — without providing any evidence [1]. He’s not exactly a trustworthy source. The Trump Organization is privately held, so they don’t have to disclose anything. However, his casinos are public companies, therefore their list of employees is available. According to Mother Jones, 10% of the casinos’ executives were female [2]. Now, the truth might be somewhere in-between. But we don’t have any data to definitively support your claim.

[1] https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/donald-trump-a-champion-of-women-his-female-employees-think-so/2015/11/23/7eafac80–88da-11e5–9a07–453018f9a0ec_story.html

[2] http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2016/08/donald-trump-casino-women-executives

On the other hand, Obama pays women in his Administration way less than men, and Hillary Clinton pays way less to Women than men in her campaign and her foundation. Hell the only reason she keeps Huma around is because she knows where all the bodies are buried so it is either that or Huma is handled in a different way, lol.

The claim that Obama pays women less than men comes from the conservative think thank AEI and is based on publicly available data [3]. But the wage gap concept is complicated, and any statistic can be interpreted different ways. Anyway, your previous claim was not about how much money women in Trump companies supposedly make, but how many of them there are. And when I look at the list of White House employees, when I look at the top positions with wages of >$150.000 per year, I count 19 women out of 40 people. That’s not bad at all, is it?

[3] https://www.aei.org/publication/glass-ceiling-at-the-obama-white-house-female-staffers-earn-8270-and-10–75-less-than-their-male-counterparts/

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