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    Kellyanne Conway Denounces Feminism at CPAC

    Maybe it’s an alternative definition. Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference, the White House counselor discussed her career success, being raised by a strong single mother, and demanding equal pay. But Conway maintained she doesn’t call herself a feminist, saying it’s “very anti-male” and “very pro-abortion.” She characterized feminist protesters, many of whom supported Hillary Clinton, as having “a problem with women in power.” But Merriam-Webster offered a clarification, tweeting that feminism’s definition is “the belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities.”

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