Running for president is a pretty ambitious task, but Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina has taken on another assignment, too — redefining feminism. In a recent interview with MSNBC, Fiorina added to her growing narrative as the right-wing alternative to Hillary Clinton’s shrieking army of harpies (represent, y’all!) by saying that it’s time to take the word “feminism” back for all women. But here’s the problem with Fiorina’s argument — her new brand of feminism doesn’t include anyone without her privilege.“I’m tired of women who are conservative like me being dismissed by others because we don’t agree with them,” Fiorina told The Cycle co-host Abby Huntsman. “I think it’s time to take that word back for all women, not just those who believe in the litany of the left.”
People of sincere faith make better leaders,’ presidential candidate Carly Fiorina says
“People of sincere faith make better leaders,’ presidential candidate Carly Fiorina says”People of sincere faith make better leaders,” because “faith gives us humility,” “empathy” and “optimism,” former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina says. Speaking at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority conference this past weekend, took time to criticize progressives for creating classes among people.
Carly Fiorina: Hillary Clinton is ‘pandering’
CNN’s Erin Burnett sits down with the first female Republican presidential candidate to jump into the 2016 race.
Carly Fiorina on the Culture of Dependency
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina tells me she’s tired of progressives saying that conservatives don’t care about disadvantaged communities and opines on why the disadvantaged are so in the first place. Fiorina is chairman of the board for the American Conservative Foundation and a board member of the American Conservative Union, the organizer of CPAC.
Iowa Freedom Summit 2015 Carly Fiorina Speech
Should Hillary Clinton be afraid?
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