Donald Trump had serious problems with women who challenge him. You saw the recent deal with Megyn Kelly, and he once called Michelle Malkin a “dummy” who was “born stupid.” Now I’m no huge Megyn Kelly fan, but regardless of where you line up on Malkin… “dummy” is not a valid attack. Regardless of whether you agree with someone like Malkin, attacking her as a “dummy” just makes you look unintelligent. We see a pattern here: rather than attacking ideas, some people choose to only attack the person.
Now, it’s Carly Fiorina turn, who he attacked in Rolling Stone magazine. Did he go after her on policy? Of course not…
“Look at that face! Would anyone vote for that? Can you imagine that, the face of our next president?! I mean, she’s a woman, and I’m not s’posedta say bad things, but really, folks, come on. Are we serious?”
Carly Fiorina responded, ironically enough, on Megyn Kelly’s show…
Well, I think those comments speak for themselves, and all the many, many, many thousands of voters out there that are helping me climb in the polls…yes, they’re very serious.
As for the comments on how she looks?
I have no idea, and honestly I’m not going to spend a single cycle wondering what Donald Trump means, but maybe I’m getting under his skin a little bit because I am climbing in the polls.
Well, there you go. I’m actually glad to see that she didn’t play the “poor me, he insulted my womanly looks” card. She’s just decided to move on and focus on the debates. Regardless of where you line up politically, that’s pretty refreshing no? It’ll be interesting if Trump has the balls to say it while she’s on the same stage as him next week, because you know it’s going to come up.
Followed by a week of tweets of Trump whining like a little girl that the moderators wern’t fair to him.
Let’s re-cap something here: