Fiorina: Donald Trump Is the ‘Kim Kardashian of Politics’

‘Donald Trump is an extremely divisive candidate, that’s why he cannot win’

DOOCY: “From the same article it says, half Americans are angrier today than a year ago. That’s the thrust of it. And they put Donald Trump on the cover and referred to him as the hater in chief — the unlikely face of American anger. And the editor says, if the republicans know what’s good for them, Donald Trump will be back in Trump tower conducting his business as usual about a year from right now. (Laughter) But does he, at this point, is he just emblematic of that anger that we’re talking about?”
FIORINA: “Well, look, people are angry. They feel powerless. They don’t feel safe. They don’t feel valued by their government or served by their government, and they don’t feel listened to. Eighty percent of Americans think we have a professional political class that cares more about itself and a corrupt federal government. They’re right. That is why I’m running for president. Because we need to return and restore power to the people, and be a citizen government. Look, I don’t exactly think esquire is an authority. But there is no doubt.”
KILMEADE: “Right.”
FIORINA: “Donald Trump is an extremely divisive candidate. That’s why he cannot win. That is why he cannot be our nominee. But honestly, Donald Trump reminds me of the Kim Kardashian of politics. They’re both famous for being famous. And the media plays along.”

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