Last night was a big night for Donald Trump. He swept five primaries--Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. It earned him 110 delegates and the confidence to declare in a victory speech at Trump Tower in New York City: "I consider myself the presumptive nominee."
But that's not all Trump had to say during his victory speech. He also found time to comment on the presumptive Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton, saying "Frankly, if Hillary Clinton were a man, I don't think she'd get 5 percent of the vote. The only thing she's got going is the women's card. And the beautiful thing is, women don't like her."
This morning, Trump went on Good Morning America to defend his comments, saying "It's not sexist. It's true. It's just a very, very true statement. If she were a man, she'd get 5 percent. She's a bad candidate. She's a flawed candidate."
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) April 27, 2016
And as you can imagine, a lot of women were not amused by the line and took to Twitter slam Trump under the hastag #Womancard. It's pretty awesome.
Some asked where they get their woman card:
Where did I put my #womancard again?
— Anna Attkisson (@akattkisson) April 27, 2016
Where is my #womancard lol. When it gets here, I'll be sure to use it the next time a 'friend' threatens to rape me as a joke! — Elizabeth (@nightflyerlily) April 27, 2016
Hey @realDonaldTrump where can I pick up a fancy #womancard I need a discounted salary — Melissa Parks (@Melz2117) April 27, 2016
Others wondered if it provided any discounts:
Quick question @ChrisCuomo Do you know if my #womancard will get me a discount on anything? Can I earn woman points too? — Rachel (@NYCBronxgirl) April 27, 2016
Will my #womancard earn me frequent flyer miles? — rachel dory (@racheldory) April 27, 2016
A few tied to the issues like gender pay gap and employee maternity leave
My #womancard gets me paid maternity leave... wait no it doesn't, I have to work from home so my family doesn't starve without my paycheck. — Brandy Ayers (@BrandyWritesSex) April 27, 2016
Some even pretended like they actually had one:
Ladies: What's in your wallet? #womancard
— Desiree (@dwatson904) April 27, 2016
When you change your name on your #womancard, plan to spend a day in lines & bring your checkbook. It's still worth less than a gun permit. — BrindaDWhoreEstrella (@BrindaStar) April 27, 2016
But the best tweet probably belong to Hillary Clinton, herself:
“If fighting for women’s health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the ‘woman card,’ then deal me in.” —Hillary — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) April 27, 2016