PMs Jacinda Ardern and Sanna Marin snap at sexist question: ‘Not because of gender’

Pms jacinda ardern and sanna marin snap at sexist question: 'not because of gender'

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‘Not because of gender’: PMs Jacinda Ardern and Sanna Marin snap at sexist question | Finland’s Sanna Marin, 36, met with Jacinda Ardern, 42, in New Zealand on Wednesday morning before they held a joint press conference at Auckland’s Government House. Answering questions from reporters, they criticised suggestions their meeting only took place because they were both young women. ‘We’re meeting because we are prime ministers,’ Ms Marin said, in a frosty response. Ms Ardern added: ‘I wonder whether or not anyone ever asked Barack Obama and John Key if they met because they were of similar age?’

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