After President Trump nominated a female for his vice president, a lot of people thought, Oh, this is just another sexist thing that he does.
But that’s not how the GOP nominee saw it.
When Sarah Palin was nominated for the vice presidency in 2008, she received almost as much attention as Palin herself.
Sarah Palin won the nomination by a large margin, and she was widely considered a potential nominee.
That was until she lost the election to Barack Obama in the general election, but she became a national symbol of the party’s gender gap.
When she lost, she was a bit of a lightning rod.
In the media, Palin was portrayed as the perfect embodiment of the “stupid” GOP, and people were furious.
There were jokes that she was the first woman to win the presidency.
The party, the media and most politicians all called her out for her perceived gender.
Then came Palin’s vice presidential pick, Amanda Steele.
Steele, who was a conservative Christian and had campaigned for Trump in 2016, was one of the most outspoken female candidates in the GOP race.
Steely has said that Trump was the best thing that ever happened to her.
In an interview with The Blaze, she said that she felt that Trump made the nomination process for the general elections easier for the party, and that it was better for women because he wasn’t the guy that was attacking women.
In an interview last year with The Daily Beast, Steele explained how she felt about Palin’s pick:I think Palin made it harder for women to get the nomination, and I think she made it more difficult for women who have not had to deal with sexism, or who have been in the trenches, who have had to fight for what they believed in.
That’s just who she is, and it’s why I feel that she’s the best candidate.
Steele said she had to push hard for the nomination because she believed the party had a duty to help her succeed.
Steely told the Blaze that she had been looking forward to the chance to serve as vice president in 2016.
She said that it wasn’t until she read that Sarah Palin had announced her candidacy that she became more confident that she could be a viable candidate.
She explained:I just felt that I had to do what I had been told to do, and to be a voice for the people.
She’s got a great background, she’s got experience, she has a background in law enforcement, she doesn’t have a lot to lose.
I felt like I had my own personal stake in the race, and the stakes are so high for women.
The stakes for the country are so low.
I had to work really hard to get there, and now that I’ve been here, I can say that I’m a lot better person.