Dr. Helen

Kellyanne Conway: “I’m not a big gender-identity person.."

I like what Ms. Conway had to say when asked about her gender:

On Tuesday, a presidential glass ceiling was broken — when Kellyanne Conway earned the distinction of being the first woman in history to run a winning campaign for the White House.

“It feels good,” Conway, Donald Trump’s campaign manager, told The Post. “I’m not a big gender-identity person, and I wasn’t hired for my gender, but it’s . . . a pretty cool thing to say to my three daughters and my son. Many women work really hard and never get their shot. I feel blessed to have gotten my shot.”

It’s refreshing to have someone who focuses more on the work she is doing rather than on what gender she is. Identity politics divides us all and focusing on real issues and policies is much more helpful in getting our country back on track with jobs and the economy.