Carly Fiorina:’If you file for bankruptcy four times, I think it suggests either lack of judgment or lack of discipline’
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO, who sits fifth in the Washington Examiner's latest power rankings, went on to poke at Trump's business career while pitting her record against his.
Donald Trump expressed bullish opposition to the Iranian nuclear deal during a rally in Washington DC, saying it was ‘incompetently negotiated’ by a group of ‘very stupid leaders’. The rally was originally organised by his Republican rival Ted Cruz, who made the unconventional move to invite Trump along. Trump did not disappoint, promising the crowd a successful government that wins so much ‘you may get bored with winning’
The retired neurosurgeon said he would bring plenty of energy to the Oval Office.
“I recognize that I have plenty of energy,” Carson said on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday. “You know, operating on people for 10, 12, sometimes for greater than 20 hours at a time, making critical decision after many hours of intense work.”
Carson also responded to Trump’s assertion that he does not have the practical business experience necessary to be president.
But during his appearance last night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon the blunt real estate mogul was having fun and joking around. So when he told the audience that he wanted Kanye West as his Vice President, I doubt he was being serious. (It happens around 4:30). Kanye West named in 100 the most influential people of magazine 'Times'.
In an election for President of the United States, today, Labor Day, business mogul Donald Trump defeats Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Al Gore, in head-to-head matchups, according to nationwide polling conducted by SurveyUSA
* Trump 45%, Clinton 40%. (There is a 20-point Gender Gap; Trump leads by 18 points among seniors.)
* Trump 44%, Sanders 40%. (Trump leads by 10 among independents and by 6 among moderates.)
* Trump 44%, Biden 42%. (Trump leads by 10 among the best educated; Biden leads by 17 among the least educated.)
* Trump 44%, Gore 41%. (Trump leads by 12 among men and by 18 among voters age 50+.)
Washington (CNN)Hedge fund managers should worry, but corporations would get tax breaks if Donald Trump gets his way. Their chief executives, though, might need to sweat — particularly if their compensation is "a total and complete joke" made possible by friends who serve on their corporate boards. The real estate mogul who's leading Republican presidential polls previewed his tax plan Sunday in an appearance on CBS' "Face the Nation," saying the full proposal is about three weeks away. "We have an amazing tax plan," Trump said. "We're going to be reducing taxes for the middle class, but for the hedge fund guys, they're going to be paying up." In recent weeks Trump has attacked hedge fund managers who pay 20% capital gains tax rates even
Great Donald: 'I don’t think Ben has the energy! Ben is a nice man. But when you’re negotiating against China, and you’re negotiating against these Japanese guys who are going to come in waves … we need people who are really smart, who have tremendous deal-making skills, and have tremendous energy. We need people with an aggressive tone, and we need people with tremendous energy, and I’m your candidate, OK? In all fairness, Ben hit me on my faith, and you
'I am not talking about looks. I'm talking about persona,' Trump told CNN's Chris Cuomo on "New Day. 'Look, I'm talking about her persona,' he said, deflecting to Fiorina's previous career as CEO of Hewlett Packard. 'She failed miserably at Hewlett Packard and ran for the Senate and lost in a
Fiorina, the former Hewlett-Packard executive who has been gaining ground in the polls since the first GOP presidential debate, addressed Donald Trump's remarks about her face. She said: 'This is the face of a 61-year-old woman, I am proud of every year and every wrinkle. Leadership is not about
Donald Trump:’@GovernorPerry is a terrific guy and I wish him well- I know he will have a great future!’
As he did so, he made it abundantly clear that he's still not a fan of real-estate mogul Donald Trump, the Republican front-runner in the race with whom he has often feuded.