This 1979 'SNL' Script Is Basically The Blueprint For Trump's Women In The Workplace Talk
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On Friday, two male CEOs were scheduled to speak about women in the workplace at a meeting with President Donald Trump. We weren’t there to hear it, but perhaps their discussion kicked off like this:
“Any woman who wants a career, she’s got two problems ― one, her career; two, this baby thing. I don’t care who she is, what she says ― there isn’t a broad alive who doesn’t feel unfulfilled if she doesn’t have a baby.”
That’s Bill Murray playing “Brad” in a 1979 “Saturday Night Live” sketch called “Women’s Problems,” in which six guys tackle the women’s issues of the day on a fake TV show. Another character in the sketch, “Craig,” was played by Gary Busey, now a vocal Trump supporter. We couldn’t dig up the video, but here are some highlights from a transcript:
Steve (Dan Akroyd): We’ve got a lot of women’s problems to discuss..
Mike (Garrett Morris): Yeah.. yeah.. and, you know, one of the biggest problems that we haven’t touched on, is the fact that, when they get old,
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