In a speech at Rutgers University Thursday, Hillary Clinton spoke about what it’s like to be a woman in politics — claiming that sexism was the reason for her failed campaign. In Washington, Connecticut Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D), who has been an outspoken advocate for the #MeToo movement, is deflecting calls to resign from both sides of the aisle after being accused of covering up her former chief of staff’s sexual harassment complaint against her former chief of staff. She has since announced she will not run for re-election, but is it enough?
Jim Braude was joined by Jennifer Nassour, former chair of the Massachusetts Republican Party and founder of Conservative Women For A Better Future, and Shannon O'Brien, former state treasurer and Democratic candidate for governor, to discuss.