For Such a Time as This: Conservative Evangelical Women and the Trump Presidency

Evangelical support for Donald Trump may be on the decline. According to a Pew Research Center poll released at the end of last year, the president’s approval rating among white evangelicals dropped 17 percentage points during his first year in office, from 78 percent in February to 61 percent in December. White women’s support for the president is also slipping, threatening his majority with these voters, 53 percent of whom cast their ballots for him in 2016.

Trump: ‘I Wouldn’t Say I’m A Feminist’

“No, I wouldn’t say I’m a feminist,” Trump told British journalist Piers Morgan when asked if he considers himself a feminist during an interview with British broadcaster ITV that aired Sunday. “That would be, maybe, going too far.”

The Ivanka Trump Guarantee

Ivanka Trump, first daughter, strode into Washington back in January with big promises: She was passionate about helping “working women,” she said, and she was going to close the gender wage gap even if it killed her.

Ivanka Trump: The New Hillary Clinton in the White House?

Ever since Ivanka Trump spoke at the Republican National Convention, people have been confused. Looking cool in one of her trademark sheaths (she would soon tweet on how to “get the look”), the daughter of the notoriously sexist billionaire took the stage on a steamy night in Cleveland and talked about working women and their needs.