Women were to be Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s firewall as a central part of the coalition that would elect her as the first woman president. While she won 54 percent of the woman’s vote to President-elect Donald Trump’s 4 percent, she didn’t resonate with all factions of women. The fault lines running along race and economic status. TIME contributor Jay Newton-Small joins Soledad for a conversation on the lack of unity among female voters and what kind of a candidate they are searching for.

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