Conservative pundit Tomi Lahren said that she thinks being conservative is much harder than being a woman.
"There's no better place to be a woman than the United States of America," she said during the Young Women's Leadership Summit last week.
The 24-year-old pundit suggested the current political climate creates bigger problems for her fellow conservatives than for her fellow women.
"It's hard to be conservative sometimes," she said, adding that young women often tell her "one of the hardest things to be is a conservative."
"You will encounter people that think you're going to back down because you're a woman. They think you'll just go away. Never go away," she continued.
Lahren has been posting videos on Facebook and making public appearances since April when she parted ways with her former conservative network, The Blaze.
Lahren's contract was terminated by The Blaze after she appeared on ABC's "The View" and announced that she was pro-choice. She recently won a lawsuit to keep control of her popular Facebook page.
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She has continued to be a vocal conservative in the wake of her firing from The Blaze, ribbing liberals regularly -- including a dig over hot weather at the Young Women's Leadership Summit last week last week.
"It's what I call weather," she said. "It's what liberals call climate change,"