The press’s focus on a female candidate’s fashion choices has been a site of much controversy as their male counterparts are said to receive much less scrutiny in the realm of wardrobe and hairstyle. Calling it not “real” reporting, Cecily Strong called the press out on their obsession with discussing Hillary Clinton’s changing hairstyles at the White House Correspondents dinner. Since then, the general media has sought to remedy the disparity by launching equally disparaging attacks at male candidates, particularly Donald Trump. “It’s not easy to remember that women are people too, but if we can’t treat women better, we can at least try to treat men worse,” said Jason Krilt, a FoxNews reporter. Meanwhile, the general public continues to be surprised that something as mundane as wind could affect people as fantastic as our politicians. If their hair isn’t even strong enough to handle the wind, how will they handle Putin?
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