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Regardless of whether Trump wins or loses, women will be marching in the streets again.
In the unlikely event that he wins, you'll have a repeat of 2017, when the "pussy riot" took to the streets to protest the election results.
If he loses, you're going to see an outbreak of joy similar to what happened when Obama won his first term in 2008.
The Boston Globe had this to say yesterday:
Another historic gender gap is likely as Trump flails with women in polls
Donald Trump owes his presidency in large part to men, and especially white men, who decisively backed him over Hillary Clinton four years ago even as a majority of women voted for her. But it’s women who appear to be on his mind as he contemplates national polls that show him consistently eight percentage points or more behind Democrat Joe Biden, driven in large part by Trump’s deficit with female voters.
When Trump won in 2016, it was with the support of 52 percent of men but just 41 percent of women, according to exit polls — an 11-point gender gap that was tied for the largest by a presidential candidate in four decades. Polls suggest this year the gap could be even larger.
Once he is out of office, and no longer protected by "the sitting president" rule, the "elephant in the room" is going to bite him in the ass.
A full 26 incidents of “unwanted sexual contact” and 43 instances of inappropriate behavior were detailed in a book, All the President’s Women: Donald Trump and the Making of a Predator, which drew on over 100 interviews — many exclusive — and added to a list of nearly two dozen women who had previously accused him of sexual assault or misconduct.
You may remember that a judge recently ruled against Trump in a defamation suit brought by a woman he raped years ago.