Will U.S. Join other Nations by Selecting a Female Leader?

WASHINGTON, D.C. - When it comes to getting into the world leader business there`s never been a better time to be a woman.

The latest confirmation is Theresa May who is now the new Prime Minister of Britain and not too far away, Germany has been employing the services of Angela Merkel as Chancellor since 2005.

Now the feminine influence across the pond appears ready to land upon the shores of the states and no we`re not talking about the new women-powered Ghostbusters flick.

On Tuesday Bernie Sanders officially endorsed Hillary Clinton`s bid to become the next President of the United States, meaning that their figurative proton packs are now aimed at Donald Trump, but it`s not just Hillary.

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, who proposed to her now husband, is considered a possible future candidate. Loretta Lynch is our Attorney General and then there`s always Oprah who as one of the most powerful women in the world has contributed her influential time and money to several candidates.

So now women running the world isn't just reserved for the world of fantasy, it's now quite the reality.