Signs that Republican hopefuls taking sharper aim at Trump

Trump is the hopeful who has gotten in trouble for his own words the most after verbal attacks on women and virtually anyone who disagrees with or challenges him. “But maybe… I’m getting under his skin a little bit because I’m climbing in the polls“, she said.


Could this be the beginning of the end of Donald Trump?

A rules change by CNN allowed Fiorina onto the main stage, adding an 11 spot to acknowledge her surge in poll numbers since last month’s Fox News/Facebook debate, CNN said.

“Look at that face!” “Would anyone vote for that?” he told Rolling Stone magazine.

Q. However, some Trump backers from our Iowa Poll say they just brush off his derogatory comments because “that’s just Donald being Donald“. Rand Paul and Florida Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Penn., Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, former New York Gov. George Pataki, and Sen. Those five include former Pennsylvania Sen. “Yes, we care about the character of our nation“.

For weeks, Trump and Carson were very complimentary toward one another, until Carson seemingly implied this week that Trump’s Christian faith was disingenuous.

Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton said Thursday that the billionaire real-estate mogul “seems to delight in insulting women every chance he gets”.

“For every person that we can keep from going down the wrong pathway, that’s one more productive member of society”, Carson said. “It appears that GOP voters are using the 2016 nomination contest to air their grievances with party leadership”.

In a conversation with Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, Fiorina responded by stating that his comments speak for themselves.

The former Hewlett-Packard CEO kicked off her speech Friday night to the National Federation of Republican Women in Phoenix by offering a clear rebuttal of Trump’s recently quoted comments on her in which he criticized her looks. “The fact is that, I probably did say something about Carly in a jocular manner”. He tweeted that the “demeaning remarks are small and inappropriate for anyone, much less a presidential candidate”. But Republicans, often thought to be the party of big business in the United States, rarely attack the salaries of corporate and Wall Street chieftains. “Enough”.

The question Trump and his supporters may ask is exactly what kind of “support” will these politicians be willing to offer?

Trump has since said he was talking about Fiorina’s “persona”, which he reiterated during his Sunday morning interview. “He likes to disparage people“.


The latest Quinnipiac University Poll has Trump with a commanding lead over his many GOP rivals.

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