Trump’s ‘woman’s card’ insult inspires hugely successful Kickstarter campaign



When Donald J. Trump criticized Hillary Clinton last Tuesday for playing the “woman’s card,” Zach Wahls, a 24-year-old Clinton supporter, thought a lot about the insult.


Then early on Wednesday morning, partly inspired by a tweet suggesting how the Clinton campaign could capitalize on Trump’s comments, Wahls had an idea: He wanted to create a deck of cards featuring powerful and influential women.  


He ran upstairs from his mothers’ basement to awaken his sister, Zebby, a 21-year-old illustrator and painting student, who had already been sketching Clinton. The former secretary of state became the deck’s ace and a new sketch of Beyoncé, who’d just released Lemonade, was an obvious choice for the queen.  Read more…


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