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Trump Tried to Defend His Record on Women in a Bizarre Tweet and People Immediately Roasted Him For It

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President Donald Trump is no stranger to superlatives.

Trump has said in the past that he's done more in his first term than any President in history. He's said he's the "least racist person in the world." He's also said the Russia investigation was the "worst witch hunt in American history."

And on Friday, he posted a tweet with another superlative, this time about what he's done for women.

Trump urged congress to pass H.R. 473, a bill that would put a statue commemorating the 19th Amendment on federal land in D.C.

While Trump has expressed support for a statue commemorating women's suffrage, the President's actual record on women's rights has been widely criticized. Trump has worked to undo the Obama era mandate that companies with over 100 employees report their workers' salaries to the Equal Opportunity Employment commission which oversees the institution of equal pay.

Only three of Trump's 23 cabinet officials are women, and the President's administration removed terminology like "fetus" from government documents. He also cut the international budget for reproductive health efforts.

There's also the infamous Access Hollywood tape, which was released in the last weeks of the 2016 campaign. The tape features Trump on a hot mic bragging about grabbing women "by the p***y" because "when you're a star, they let you do it."

People didn't hesitate to remind Trump of his record on women.

Others offered a small but significant edit to the post.