Presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to test the limits of what he can say and still retain his poll-topping popularity. His derogatory comments about opponent Carly Fiorina’s looks were published in a magazine piece Wednesday.
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Carly Fiorina Claims She’s Hillary Clinton’s Only Real Critic & Her Argument Is Not Only Untrue, It’s Pointless
Carly Fiorina wants you to know that no one is tougher on Hillary Clinton than she is. Or at least, that’s what she thinks. In an interview with Fox & Friends on Monday, Fiorina claimed that she was Clinton’s only real critic, blasting rival candidate and brash business mogul Donald Trump for not going after the former Secretary of State harder, and she insinuated that Clinton and President Obama were largely responsible for the recent refugee crisis in the Middle East and Europe.
When Carly Fiorina was asked about Donald Trump in the first GOP debate, she had a cutting answer ready: “I didn’t get a phone call from Bill Clinton before I jumped in the race,” she said dryly. “Maybe it’s because I hadn’t given money to the foundation or donated to his wife’s Senate campaign … Since he has changed his mind on amnesty, on health care and on abortion, I would just ask, what are the principles by which he will govern?”
I think leadership’s job is to produce results, and when leaders don’t produce results, they need to step aside So, I think, I share the frustration of so many people who worked hard to create these majorities. I think there are three key things that leadership needs to do, and if they can’t do them they need to step aside. Number one, they need to pass a border security bill. For heaven’s sake, our border has been insecure for 25 years. There are loads of conservative proposals for how to secure the border. This isn’t rocket science. Pass a border security bill. We have the majority to do it. Second, pass the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. The majority of Americans agree abortion for any reason after 20 weeks is wrong. Defund Planned Parenthood. We have the majorities to do that. And finally, I’d like to see them pass the REINS Act, which has been languishing in Congress and says Congress has to have a vote on some of the regulations that keep rolling out of the White House that are crushing economic opportunity. Congress hasn’t done anything about it. Those are three things that leadership can do, should do, and if they won’t do it then I think it’s time for them to step aside.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina says the United States shouldn’t open its doors any wider to welcome Syrian refugees streaming into Europe.
If Carly Fiorina keeps polling well, she’ll be invited by CNN to participate in the second GOP presidential debate, on September 16. As we learned last week, CNN changed the rules of its first debate to include any candidate who polls in the top 10 between August 7 and September 10. Fiorina’s campaign fought hard for the rules change after her surprisingly excellent performance in FOX’s “undercard” GOP debate for lower-polling candidates, which aired August 6.
Among those skeptical of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s contention that she was “not thinking” when she set up a private email server at her home is tech-savvy Republican Carly Fiorina.
Hugh Hewitt brings in Carly Fiorina to test if his line of foreign policy questions are really “gotchas,” as Donald Trump said.
On Wednesday night, Sarah Isgur Flores, Carly Fiorina’s Deputy Campaign Manager, hit back at MSNBC’s Chris Hayes over whether or not climate change was to blame for the California drought.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina has been doing her homework, and revealed her foreign policy chops Thursday night in an interview with conservative talk radio host Hugh Hewitt.