The GOP War Heats Up: Trump Scorches Carly Fiorina In New Hampshire Speech [Video]

The GOP War Heats Up: Trump Scorches Carly Fiorina In New Hampshire Speech [Video]

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Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump was offended by Carly Fiorina’s remarks about him during the Democratic presidential debate, and he responded in typical Trump fashion. 

It started during GOP debate when Fiorina was asked about Trump:

Here’s is what Fiorina said that upset Donald Trump:

 “I didn’t get a phone call from Bill Clinton before I jumped in the race. Did any of you get a phone call from Bill Clinton? I didn’t. Maybe it’s because I hadn’t given money to the foundation or donated to his wife’s Senate campaign…

 I would also just say this: since he has changed his mind on amnesty, on healthcare, and on abortion, I would just ask ‘What are the principles by which he would govern?’”

Trump appeared on CNN the day after the GOP debate and made what many assumed to be a sexist remark about Megyn Kelly. Fiorina subsequently tweeted the following:

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Friday, during a campaign speech in New Hampshire, Donald Trump took the war to the next level:

Trump responded directly to Fiorina’s criticism:

 “Carly was a little nasty to me. Be careful, Carly. But I can’t say anything to her because she’s a woman, and I don’t wanna be accused of being tough on women. I can’t do that, right? …Am I allowed to fight back?

I promised I wouldn’t say that she ran Hewlett-Packard into the ground… that her stock value tanked, that she laid off tens of thousands of people, and she got viciously fired. I said I will not say that!”

Here is what Fiorina had to say about the attacks on her being fired from Hewlett Packard.

HT IRJ Review


 

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