USWNT stars on why talks with U.S. Soccer broke down so quickly
U.S. soccer stars Megan Rapinoe and Christen Press are gearing up to take the fight for equal pay to the courtroom. Mediation talks between the U.S. Soccer Federation and the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team broke down Wednesday after just one day. In March, the players filed a lawsuit alleging institutionalized gender discrimination. A spokesperson for the players said it is clear the federation “Fully intend to continue to compensate women players less than men. They will not succeed.” U.S. Soccer did not respond to a request for comment. Team co-captain Megan Rapinoe and Christen Press join “CBS This Morning” to discuss why talks broke down so quickly.
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