When Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump asserted that Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton's
"woman's card" allows her to
The 24-year-old Clinton supporter from Iowa City, Iowa, was home watching Tuesday's presidential primary election results with his mom when Trump fired off his attack.
"Frankly, if Hillary Clinton were a man, I don't think she'd get 5 percent of the vote," Trump said. "The only thing she's got going is the woman's card."
Without missing a beat, Clinton's campaign responded by
posting a Twitter video of a line she'd uttered weeks ago. "Well, if fighting
for women's health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the
woman card, then
"I think we often hear the cards being stacked against
women, but this is about reshuffling the deck," Zach said in a phone interview
Thursday, ahead of the launch of a "Women Card(s)" Kickstarter campaign. Zach
"This is about recognition of the accomplishment of these
women," Zebby s
If Zach's name rings a bell, it may be because he was
nationally recognized in 2011 for the speech he delivered to the Iowa legislature about its same-sex marriage ban and being raised by lesbian parents. Zach
considers himself a feminist, in ad
"I don't think they would have let me stay [home] if I wasn't [a feminist]," Zach said jokingly in reference to his mothers. He and his sister didn't want to take all of the credit for the idea behind the Woman Card(s) project. After the back-and-forth between Trump and Clinton, it was "Texts From Hillary" creator Adam Smith's tweet that helped light the Wahls' fuse.