"I fall at the intersectionality of being black and a woman," she said. "In something like this, I expect a woman to be more sensitive to generalizing a demographic. I don't know any white women who would be comfortable with an anchor or anyone asking a question like the one we heard, saying, 'Well, we've had three women back to back. Do you think it's time for a different kind of leadership?' I think every white woman I know would have been, like, 'What do you mean by that?'"