Women's History Month is coming to a close as March reaches its final calendar days. As part of the celebration, Donald Trump addressed a women's group on Wednesday, but created an uncomfortable moment in the process.

Trump on Women's History Month

Women's History Month is a month-long yearly tradition that celebrates the accomplishments of women in American history. Throughout the month of March, President Donald Trump has taken a few moments out of his schedule to honor the women who have contributed to the United States over the years. While the former host of "The Apprentice" has praised various females in recent weeks, backlash often follows due to his controversial history, including the allegations from 12 women during the 2016 presidential election who claimed to have been sexually assaulted by the current president.

As reported by Raw Story on March 29, Trump left many dumbfounded after making questionable remarks to a women's group at the White House.

(Trump's comments on Susan B. Anthony start at 4:25 in the above video.)

While speaking to the Group Of Women on Wednesday, Donald Trump had many scratching their heads over the comments that were made. "My cabinet is full of really incredible women leaders," Trump claimed, despite reports showing that the current administration has the least diverse makeup in over 30 years.

Donald Trump then went on to name-drop several popular female American icons like Abigail Adams and Harriet Tubman, describing them as "courageous heroes" who helped move the United States "towards a more free and more prosperous future." At this point, the billionaire real estate mogul cited Susan B.

Anthony, but then appeared surprised that a women's group somehow knew who the legendary figure was. "We've had leaders like Susan B. Anthony. Have you heard of Susan B. Anthony?," Trump asked, before adding, "I'm shocked that you've heard of her."

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With Women's History Month coming to an end, it might end up being a good thing for Donald Trump and his administration as the White House is seeing a dramatic drop in approval, with female support falling along with the national numbers.

While Trump vowed to be "great" for women on the campaign trail, it doesn't look like he's doing enough to back up his claim.