Fiorina Calls Trump’s Comments About Women ‘Inappropriate’

While the men behind the lecterns delivered some truly award-worthy performances, Kelly had a lower tolerance for theatrics-a nice reversal for the woman who once declared that “Santa just is white”.


The first GOP presidential candidate debate was loaded with ridiculous, cringeworthy moments, but probably the most painful was when Donald Trump insulted Rosie O’Donnell. “However, that is not without its downsides, in particular, when it comes to women”, Fox News personality and moderator Megyn Kelly said.

“Many supporters of Mr. Trump went on Twitter last night to express their anger and outrage over the hostile treatment of Mr. Trump by the moderators and specifically Megyn Kelly“. This country is in big trouble. Rosie is disgusting. Reporter: And “New York times” columnist said, he sent me a copy with my picture circled. Their Twitter battles date back to 2011 when Trump commented on her engagement to partner Michelle Rounds.

It started with a question only Donald Trump had to answer, would he promise not to run as a third party candidate if he doesn’t win the Republican nomination.

After the overnight strop, Trump appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Friday to continue his tirade.

He’s already hedging his bet on the Clintons, OK? Typical was the part of her closing statement in which she cut down Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and Republican establishment favorite Jeb Bush in one breath. But – and I am discussing it with everybody, but I’m, you know, talking about a lot of leverage.

The remainder of the 17 Republican candidates generally made a solid showing, although Sen. “The Democrats can’t even find one”.

The verdict from the crowd wasn’t hard to pick up. Marco Rubio was No. 3.

After Trump and Bush, Wisconsin’s Governor Scott Walker and former Arkansas governor turned television host Mike Huckabee are among the few to have drawn much national attention previously.

Rabe added that she wished Carly Fiorina, the former business executive, had got a chance to show her stuff on the stage.

No candidate emerged the clear victor from the two-hour debate, leaving the Republican race more unsettled than ever.


Republican candidates have about six months to differentiate themselves in the polls until the Iowa caucuses, and a little over one month to prepare for the next GOP debate in California.

Gay Byrne