The article states that the advertisement is for "coaching services", not a job. So someone out there is selling the promise of a high paying job, and they think men are more likely to fall for it. Saying that this will contribute to the gender wage gap is a long stretch. It is more likely to lead to men wasting a lot more money than women.
I don't see how he is a person who publicly helps a person or organization without disclosing that he has a close relationship with that person or organization. His supporters will not vote for the Republican candidate.f
Only the government will set artificial quotas restricting its ability to do business and then complain that reality doesn't match the world they are trying to force on the rest of us. Why do people think men shouldn't be able to find jobs that pay enough to support their families? IT is one of the last places we can do that!