“I’m inspired that Joe Biden is an individual of humility and empathy and character,” Fiorina mentioned on an episode of “The Ticket” podcast launched Wednesday. “I believe he’s demonstrated that by means of his life.”
Fiorina was the Republican nominee for a U.S. Senate seat from California in 2010 earlier than in search of the GOP presidential nomination in 2016. She briefly grew to become the vice-presidential working mate of one other Republican hopeful, Sen. Ted Cruz (Tex.), earlier than he suspended his marketing campaign.
A number of different outstanding Republicans, together with former nationwide safety adviser John Bolton, have expressed misgivings about Trump however stopped in need of saying they’ll assist Biden.
Requested about that by the podcast’s host, Edward-Isaac Dovere of the Atlantic, Fiorina harassed that she sees the race as a “binary selection.”
“I’m not voting for Trump, however it’s a binary selection. So if confronted with a binary selection on a poll: sure,” she mentioned, relating to voting for the previous vp.
“He’ll get lots of strain, as all politicians do, to be a politician,” she mentioned. “And but I believe what the nation is searching for is a frontrunner. What’s the distinction? Effectively, politics is about win-lose. I’m proper; you’re incorrect. It’s, sadly, typically about an argument between extremes. Management, however, is about problem-solving and making progress and altering the order of issues for the higher, which suggests it’s about humility and empathy and collaboration.”
Fiorina has mentioned she voted for Trump 4 years in the past, regardless of disparaging feedback he made about her appears.
“Take a look at that face!” Trump mentioned to Rolling Stone. “Would anybody vote for that? Are you able to think about that, the face of our subsequent president?”