By Katelyn Caralle, U.s. Political Reporter For Dailymail.com
Published: 23:33 BST, 22 April 2019 | Updated: 23:49 BST, 22 April 2019
Trump's remaining pick to the Federal Reserve board, Stephen Moore, wrote several perceivably sexist articles for National Review about women in sports in the early 2000s
Sportscaster Bonnie Bernstein attacked President Donald Trump's remaining Federal Reserve nominee Stephen Moore Monday after articles he wrote almost 20 years ago resurfaced saying she ;knew nothing about basketball' and should dress skimpily.
Moore was revealed by CNN to have written a March 2002 article where he proposed rule changes to March Madness tournaments that included a suggestion that Bernstein, who was a CBS sidelines reporter at the time, be required to wear halter tops.
'Here's the rule change I propose: No more women refs, no women announcers, no women beer vendors, no women anything,' he wrote. 'There is, of course, an exception to this rule. Women are permitted to participate, if and only if, they look like Bonnie Bernstein. The fact that Bonnie knows nothing about basketball is entirely irrelevant.'
Bernstein hit back at the comments in a tweet Monday.
'You want halter tops? Hit the club scene. You want hoops knowledge? Try