Hi, i'm Stephanie. I'm a bleeding heart liberal with a soft spot for puppies, and i'm not ashamed of it. I love television but I hate the industry. Someday I'd like to work to change it.
After thanking Streep for her glowing introduction, Clinton addressed the eager crowd. “We do, unfortunately, throughout our lives as girls and women, often cast an appraising eye,” she said. “I’m just glad [Meryl] didn’t do a movie called The Devil Wears Pantsuits!” But it was Streep who pointed out that incessant skepticism of Clinton, largely because of her gender, hasn’t held her back. “While we were busy relating to [Hillary], judging her, assessing her hair, supporting her, worrying about her, she’s just been busy working. Doing it,” she said. “Making [the] words ‘Women’s rights are human rights’ into something every leader knows is a linchpin of American policy.”
“I am an actress,” Streep said. “And she is the real deal.
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