Well, *I* am not a suburban woman. Trump has been doing his fear-mongering towards "suburban housewives," letting them know in no uncertain terms that he won't allow any low-income housing into the suburbs.
If you're not familiar with "the suburbs" and their origin and development, here's a quick history:
The first real American suburbia was a builder's project called Levittown in New York. Initially, these homes were made available only to WHITE veterans returning from WWII. Eventually, others were allowed to buy suburban homes, but they had to be WHITE as well. This if pretty much the definition of "systemic racism" in the United States.
Now there may be those reading this who will become outraged over this "wild claim" I'm making, but it's the truth. In fact, the very DEEDS to the homes themselves--which still survive, by the way, as they have been passed on from one owner to the next--define the racism: "The Tenant agrees not to permit the premises to be used or occupied by any other persons than members of the Caucasian race." That's from a 1948 lease, folks. It's official.
Other "new suburbs" that sprang up not only forbid the sale and use of the property to non-whites, but they also limited the sale to those who were non-Jewish. In 1950, the Supreme Court declared the covenants enforceable... but it still exists in many of the original deeds that have been passed on.
The "safe, white" suburbs have been the continued target of Trump's harangues. When he says they won't have "low income housing" allowed, he's not only blowing the "dog whistle;" he's playing the entire racist symphony. Translation: "Don't worry, white women in the suburbs. I'll keep them white for you."
Now if you feel safe in suburbia and feel threatened by the possibility that someone who is not white might move into your neighborhood, then you're one of the "suburban housewives" that Trump and the Republicans are aiming for.
Will it work? I sure hope not.