Look at the headline - 'First woman of colour' . Why can't they just leave it alone & be satisfied that she was voted in?
Spot on. I'm pretty sure other women who led the way over the past one hundred years and more didn't need to gush about it like they do these days. They just got on with it.
It makes me feel they're surprised they got in which is really off-putting.
It would be really nice if she will support women's rights. We'll see.
I'm not actually mentioning the colour 'issue' because I firmly believe that, as SisterBliss has also pointed out, it's up to them to stand. I don't think that many do in either sex.