One of those political outsiders, former Hewlett-Packard chief executive Carly Fiorina, recently was subjected to a Trump attack when he coarsely criticised Fiorina’s face to Rolling Stone magazine.
As congenial Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson surges in the polls, he has landed in the crosshairs of front-runner Donald Trump, the brash New York real estate mogul known for his withering insults.
Carly Fiorina has a message for Donald Trump: Yes, “look at this face”.
The Walker camp also unveiled intentions to challenge his GOP rivals on health care policy at the upcoming debate. “It appears that GOP voters are using the 2016 nomination contest to air their grievances with party leadership”.
As Mediaite reports, the ladies weren’t quite done on the women’s issues, with Goldberg scolding Trump about trash-talking women, his anti-abortion stance, and wanting to defund Planned Parenthood.
Fiorina repeated that “proud of every wrinkle” line while speaking at an American Legion hall in Alton, N.H., on Sunday morning.
Maria Cunningham of Gilford, New Hampshire, told Fiorina, “Not only do you have a great brain, you have a great face”.
At a picnic on Saturday in Chichester, N.H., hosted by former Sen. “It’s an attitude that our country needs, ” Trump said.
“By the way in the back – can you see it’s really my hair?”
Whoopi: If you’re going to scrap that deal, what’s your plan? “I will respectfully say that being a politician doesn’t seem to work very well either with the legislature”.
Sharing the stage with Trump and Fiorina at next week’s 8 p.m. EDT debate will be former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Texas Sen.
She herself noted that gender played a role in the media coverage of her campaign, noting that she had been asked if her “hormones” would affect the way she governs. “It’s outrageous; it’s hurtful; it’s mean-spirited, and he should be read out of the race”. The magazine indicated Trump and his staff were watching Fiorina on television when the comments were made. Last month, he said on “Face the Nation” that hedge fund managers were “getting away with murder” because they pay such a small amount in taxes.
That’s when he reportedly mocked Fiorina’s appearance: ‘Would anyone vote for that?
On Tuesday, I went to hear Carson speak at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco. “Are we serious?” “Her persona is just, she hasn’t done a good job in, you could call it ‘the private sector, ‘ the companies”.
For weeks, Trump and Carson were very complimentary toward one another, until Carson seemingly implied this week that Trump’s Christian faith was disingenuous.