A report while talking about Carly Finoria performance in Wednesday’s debate says, “When the candidates’ negative performance percentages are subtracted from their positive percentages, Fiorina emerges the clear victor , with a positive 34, whereas Trump nets a positive 2 among Republican voters who watched or followed the debate coverage”.
Now, whether this love of the outsiders continues all the way to Primary Day and thence to the General Election, one can’t say.
Meanwhile, former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina and Sen.
After failing to present sound foreign and domestic policy plans and enduring repeated blows from his Republican foes, GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump is starting to look a little less presidential, according to the Political Prediction Market from CNN and Pivit. It has always been thought that she might make a good running mate, but it’s getting easier to imagine her as the Republican nominee for president.
Trump said if he had challenged the voter, the media would have accused him of interfering with the man’s right of free speech.
After Trump called George W. Bush’s administration a “disaster”, Bush defended his brother, telling the billionaire, “He kept us safe”. Carson trails closely behind her with 14 percent, a drop from the 19 percent of support he garnered in the previous poll. Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson edged higher and is now in second place, with 14 percent support.
In fifth place is former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, at 9 percent, followed by Sen.
This was Fiorina’s first appearance on the main stage after excelling at the warm-up debate in Cleveland last month.
Fifty-one percent agreed that Fiorina won the debate, with only 11 percent saying Trump did.
“I think on some level they wanted to have some kind of narrative”, Trump said. She even allowed Fallon to pull on her hair, another reference to El Trumpo, which probably was welcome to her campaign aides, since they’ve been pulling their hair out about the email scandal that won’t go away and her dwindling poll numbers. We are finally starting to see some evidence.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker took the largest hit in CNN’s newest poll, in which he had less than 0.5 percent of the vote.
“She was winning until they found out how bad she did in business and, frankly, she got wiped out and lost in a landslide”.