Conservative commentator and writer S.E. Cupp really, really wanted to root for the Republican nominee. But after "witnessing some real progress in our outreach to women ... I did not expect an egomaniacal arsonist to come along and set all that ablaze," she writes in a new op-ed for The New York Times, "The Lonely Life of a Republican Woman."
Cupp decries the fact that Donald Trump has taken her party "back to the Dark Ages — or at least the 1950s," claiming that it is increasingly difficult for women Republicans to justify remaining with the right, even when it might be in their best interest in the long run:
Read Cupp's tough-love takedown at The New York Times.
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