BREAKING: Biden's education secretary REFUSES to answer question 'what is a woman' when asked about Title IX

"I think that’s almost secondary to the important role that I have as secretary of education."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

During Tuesday’s House Appropriations Committee hearing regarding the US Department of Education’s fiscal year 2024 budget, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona refused to answer Congressman Andrew Clyde’s question of "What is a woman?"

"Can you please tell me, or can you please define for me, what is a woman?" Clyde asked.

"Our focus at the department is to provide equal access to students including students who are LGBTQ, access free from discrimination," said Cardona. 

"Is that — so what’s the definition of a woman, you haven’t given me that. You haven’t answered my question," Cylde stated.

"I think that’s almost secondary to the important role that I have as secretary of education —" Cardona began, before Clyde added, "My question isn’t secondary, my question is very simple. What does HHS say the definition of a woman is?" 

"I lead the Department of Education and my job is to make sure that all students have access to public education, which includes co-curricular activities, and I think you highlighted pretty well the importance of Title IX in giving students equal access, whether it’s scholarships and facilities —"

"Ok, so you’re not going to answer my question," said Clyde.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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