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.
KIEV, Ukraine – Donald J. Trump made a brief, unusual foray into foreign affairs on Friday, appearing at a conference here via a video link to suggest that the Ukraine crisis was rooted in weakness on the part of President Obama.
Mr. Trump, who is seeking the Republican presidential nomination, made two main points, both of which he repeated during about 20 minutes of questions and answers. Germany and the rest of Europe needed to do more for Ukraine, he said, and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia felt free to invade because he lacked respect for President Obama.
‘The fact is Carly Fiorina has a terrible past, She was viciously fired from Hewlett Packard. The company practically cratered. It still hasn’t recovered. She was a disaster CEO. She destroyed a company.' Donald Trump told host Chris Cuomo on CNN’s “New Day” about Carly Fiorina. Let's see what happend in past:
Carly Fiorina was great CEO of business giant HP(Hewlett-Packard). she was the first woman to lead a top 20 company as ranked by Fortune magazine. In 2002, Fiorina oversaw the biggest high-tech merger in history up to that time, with rival computer company Compaq, which made HP the world's largest personal computer manufacturer. In 2006 Carly wrote The New-York Times best-seller book Tough Choices: A Memoir. Now Carly Fiorina is running for president.
Donald Trump went against Carly and said: 'Look at that face, Would anyone vote for that? Can
Donald J. Trump sent a strong message to voters and Iran's leaders at Wednesday's "Stop the Iran Deal" rally on Capitol Hill:
"If I win the presidency, I guarantee you that those four [American] prisoners are back in our country before I even take office. I guarantee that, They will be back, beafore I take office, because they know what has to happen. We will have so much winning if I get elected that you may get bored with winning"
“The veterans of our country, our finest people, have been treated horribly by our government and its ‘all talk and no action’ politicians,” Donald J. Trump writes in a letter to CNN president Jeff Zucker. “In fact some would say they are treated like third class citizens—even worse, in many cases, than illegal immigrants. It is about time that someone comes to their aid. Let’s start now!”
Elizabeth Ann Warren:’Donald Trump and I both agree that there ought to be more taxation of the billionaires’
Elizabeth Warren said Tuesday that she agrees with GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump when it comes to raising taxes on wealthy Americans.
"There are a lot of places where he gets out and talks about important things," Warren said of the celebrity real estate tycoon on ABC's "The View."
Warren Buffett, the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, said he supports raising taxes on wealthier Americans and treating carried interest as income, both ideas expressed by the Republican front-runner, who is expected to provide more details on the economic plan in the coming weeks.