On Wednesday at around 3 p.m., Carly Fiorina suspended her presidential campaign. She posted a lengthy statement to her Facebook page:
After Tuesday night in New Hampshire, neither Carly Fiorina nor Ben Carson should be running for president anymore. Yet both of them still are, for some reason, and Fiorina is emphasizing how supremely pissed she’ll be if she’s not part of the next GOP debate. Let’s all sit back and wait for Carly to get supremely…
On Friday morning, former New Hampshire state representative Marilinda Garcia introduced Carly Fiorina in the basement of Manchester’s Millyard Museum at an event called “Coffee With Carly.” Around 8:45 a.m., the guest of honor slid out awkwardly from behind a large “Take Our Country Back” sign to a few polite whoops.
Monday evening’s Iowa caucuses separated the potential winners from the definite losers, and Carly Fiorina was not happy with the group in which she was forcibly placed.
One of the things Carly Fiorina learned as CEO of HP was how to make use of available resources. On Wednesday, that meant capitalizing on the presence of little kids while on a campaign stop at the Greater Des Moines botanical garden. No longer were they preschoolers on a field trip—now, without the permission of…
In Thursday night’s “undercard” debate, the one you didn’t watch, a group of dispirited aging Sears models wandered around a vast, icy, blue-lit stage, begging someone to notice them. Among them was Carly Fiorina, who loves her husband and would like some extra credit for it.
“And I am your President,” goes the last line of Eileen Myles’s clipped little river of a poem “The American Dream.” In the poem she describes coming out as “stepping off the flag,” and then she steps back on it, wryly assuming the mantle of greatness:
Carly Fiorina’s week is, thus far, not so hot: she’s polling between 1 and 3 percent, and both she and Rand Paul learned yesterday they’re being booted down to the kid’s table “undercard” debate. We’ll miss Carly whenever she departs, but happily, we’ll always have this very fun interview in Glamour to remember her…
On Tuesday, January 5, President Obama will announce his plans to invoke more rigorous gun control across the country. Through executive actions he will implement expansive background checks and intensify federal enforcement of extant gun laws.
In the midst of what he has called “our epidemic of gun violence,” President Obama is contemplating using executive action to enforce more stringent regulations on firearm purchases — a move necessary in order to eschew Congress. And unsurprisingly, 2016 G.O.P. presidential candidates are piping up to condemn this move
On Tuesday, aspiring politician Carly Fiorina criticized Iowa radio host Steve Deace for saying that she had gone “full vagina” in the most recent Republican debate. Fiorina was so appalled, however, that she couldn’t even bring herself to say the word. Vagina. She couldn’t say it. Why?
On the occasion of the year’s 33,000th and final Republican debate, we at Jezebel thought we’d conjure up something special. No not a demonic entity sent to rain down hellfire and put us out of this misery (unfortunately), but a very special joint liveblog experience in which Gawker will join Jezebel for the ultimate…
“I always used to eat Milk-Bones as a kid. I thought they were very good,” Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina said in a video for IJ Review, before taking a bite of one, spitting it out, and attempting unsuccessfully to feed it to a dog.
So here’s a phenomenon: non-lobbyists financially backing two political candidates of opposing parties with completely conflicting views and experience levels.
In a move that some might read as “bad luck,” or “jinxing it,” Republican presidential candidates Carly Fiorina, Marco Rubio and Ben Carson attempted the absolute most important task of any United States president: pardoning the Thanksgiving turkey. None were particularly good at it, which is fine, because none of…
In last night’s Republican debate, questions were ignored, data were fudged, lies were lied. No lie was more compellingly told, however, than Carly Fiorina’s applause line that she had met Russian president Vladimir Putin in a private meeting—not a green room.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina “visited” (via a live video feed) The View one week after hosts Joy Behar and Michelle Collins commented that Fiorina looked “demented” when she smiled. The overall vibe was somewhat strained.