Carson and Carly Fiorina “won” the debate; Trump and Rand Paul lost it. But these numbers are for all registered voters. Surely, she’s offering a more sensible alternative to Trump-esque nonsense, right?
At The Des Moines Register’s Political Soapbox at the Iowa State Fair, Carson, a Republican candidate for president, said Sunday: “We shouldn’t let the political class pick our presidents”.
Fiorina fielded seven questions and drew cheers from the crowd when she denounced Planned Parenthood.
Today, she also made the case against the existence of the federal minimum wage, and soon after, suggested climate change is about “ideology, it is not about science”.
Walker, who beat a 2011 recall after signing legislation stripping public unions of some negotiating rights, said his detractors didn’t intimidate him in his home state.
“I believe that minimum wage should be a state decision, not a federal decision”, Fiorina said, to applause from a crowd at the Iowa State Fair.
Branstad on Monday noted that almost every 2016 presidential candidate is coming to the fair.
A 14-year-old speech given by GOP Presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina is now under sharp focus by her fellow conservatives and an outraged chorus on social media, claiming – in accusatory fashion – that the former Hewlett-Packard CEO was “praising Muslims” in her September 2001 remarks.
CBS’ Face the Nation – Republican presidential candidates John Kasich and Lindsey Graham; Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley.
Iowa’s Republican governor walked the fairgrounds with Bush Friday.
Branstad said: “I’m trying to be truly a good host in welcoming all candidates”.
– Contributed by Associated Press writer Catherine Lucey.