Hillary: ‘The More Professionally Successful a Woman Becomes, the Less Likable She Is’

‘When a woman walks into the arena and says I’m going for this myself, it really does have a dramatic effect on how people perceive’

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CLINTON: "She says — the research is absolutely clear. The more professionally successful a man becomes, the more likable he is. The more professionally successful a woman becomes, the less likable she is. And the more a woman is in service for someone else — you know, when I was secretary of state, I came out of that job with I think a 69 percent approval rating because I was in service to my country, I was in service to our president. I was proud to do it. But when a woman walks into the arena and says, 'I’m going for this myself, it really does have a dramatic effect on how people perceive.'”

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