President Trump used the final moments in his joint address to Congress on Tuesday night to run through a little list of great, male-oriented moments in American history:
On our 100th anniversary, in 1876, citizens from across our Nation came to Philadelphia to celebrate America's centennial. At that celebration, the country's builders and artists and inventors showed off their creations.
Alexander Graham Bell displayed his telephone for the first time.
Remington unveiled the first typewriter. An early attempt was made at electric light.
Thomas Edison showed an automatic telegraph and an electric pen.
Imagine the wonders our country could know in America's 250th year.
Think of the marvels we can achieve if we simply set free the dreams of our people.
It's so beautiful that Trump's speechwriters want to inspire America to dream big—by failing to name a single woman or person of color alongside history's great white men.
Apropos of nothing, here's a list of headlines about the very special composition of Trump's cabinet:
It's almost as if this is a pattern or something.