Sexy supermodel Emily Ratajkowski hit the New Hampshire campaign trail for Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders to help get out the vote for Tuesday's primary. She also pushed back against the Clinton campaign surrogates who are shaming women into supporting Hillary.
“So I am a young woman and um, well, just to make one thing clear: I’m here because I support Bernie Sanders . . . I’m not here for the boys,” Ratajkowski said referencing Clinton supporter Gloria Steinem.
Steinem had suggested on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher that women were supporting Clinton opponent Sanders because they wanted to meet boys. "And when you’re younger, you think, ‘Where are the boys? The boys are with Bernie," Steinem told Maher.
Emily isn't having any of it.
“I want my first female president to be more than a symbol,” Ratajkowski said.
Ratajkowski has an impressive social media reach. The model and actress has 4.7 million Instagram followers who all got to see a picture of Emily wearing a Bernie sweater in the New Hampshire snow.
“Hi New Hampshire!,” she wrote. ”I’m so happy to be here for @berniesanders and to speak at the rally tonight!”
Ratajkowski is best known for her appearance in the music video for Robin Thicke's song "Blurred Lines."