Hillary Clinton Thinks Teen Vogue Is ‘Hard-Hitting News’
Hillary Clinton thinks girls fashion magazine Teen Vogue is an example of “hard-hitting news.”
While accepting an award from non-profit organization Girls Inc., Clinton said that “despite setbacks and stumbles on our long march to full equality, everywhere I look, there are signs of hope.”
“Just think of the march that galvanized the world,” Clinton said, referring to the anti-Trump Women’s March.
“Think of the hard-hitting news on the glossy pages of Teen Vogue, right across from make-up tips. Because, you know what? Girls can and do care about both.”
Some of the “hard-hitting news” currently featured on Teen Vogue includes headlines like “Yara Shahidi and Salem Mitchell to Star in Converse’s New Sneaker Campaign” and “Ben & Jerry’s Now Makes Cereal-Flavored Ice Cream,” as well as a story about the conditioner Emma Watson uses on her pubic hair.
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