She was pointing to the fact that they can be horrible to each other and in the same breath dispelled the notion that feminism even existed.
Given the kind of woman that she is I suspect that it wasn't meant as too serious a comment.
However, it got me thinking.
We need to stand together
I would be a fool if I didn't recognise that women often attack and undermine each other.
However, this does not mean feminism doesn't or shouldn't exist.
After all feminism does not require all women to think the same, it requires enough education and economic power to make them meaningful contributors to the debate.
Bitching is a trap
If I stoop to the level of judging a woman purely by her looks or similar superficial aspects I invalidate my own position.
This does not mean that you can't appreciate the effort someone has made with their appearance, but don't focus overly on this if she is making a speech on politics, singing or dancing.
Ultimately if you focus on what women can be you put them on a more equal footing with men in public discourse immediately, by the same token this allows you to focus on the fact that one woman might be being overly mean or controlling.