Donald Trump1 has angered feminists2 all over again， after a new report suggests that he has told the female staff of his administration that they need to always "dress like women" when at work.特朗普再一次煮了女性主义者，一则最新报道显示，特朗普对其政府班底内的女性工作人员表示，她们需要在工作中滥“打扮得像个女人”。英语文章阅读
to Axios， who spoke3 to sources inside the President39;s team， Mr Trump requires all of his employees to "have a certain look" and "be sharply dressed" at all times. But while for male staff members that mostly equates4 to having well-groomed hair and an on-brand tie ，"Trump likes the women who work for him 39;to dress like women39;，" the report suggests. "Even if you39;re in jeans， you need to look neat and orderly." Insiders who allegedly worked on the campaign also told Axios that women who worked in President Trump39;s campaign field offices and are public-facing， but only on a local scale， "felt pressure to wear dresses" to impress the President.But what does it really mean to "dress like a woman" in Trumpland? Donald's daughter， Ivanka Trump， has built a clothing empire off the back of her own Instagram hashtag #WomenWhoWork and a subsequent stream of daily posts showcasing her formulaic pencil dresses and pointed6 court shoes. Melania， too， favours this polished brand of power sheathing7; figure-skimming dresses， double-breasted coats and nude8 Louboutin heels.