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Carly Fiorina Blasts Washington Post Editorial About Her Planned Parenthood Claims.

Following her performance in the most recent GOP presidential debate, Carly Fiorina’s chances at the nomination have risen considerably. Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina said Sunday that her descriptions of babies being butchered by Planned Parenthood are real and reflect an ongoing atrocity in the United States “every single day.” Ms.Carly Fiorina blasted a Washington Post editorial that suggested Fiorina made untrue claims about Planned Parenthood and questioned the Post’s credibility on Sunday’s “Meet the Press.” Fiorina said, “The Washington Post also claims that I’m lying about being a secretary, so let’s get real.Carly Fiorina on Sunday stood by her disputed description of a scene from the videos targeting Planned Parenthood, but refused to say definitively that Republicans should force a government shutdown to defund the organization. “Not at all.

Democratic Party Leader, Nancy Pelosi reacts to Speaker John Boehner’s resignation: “The whole idea that the speaker is resigning is a sign of the disarray of the Republican Party. …Know one thing, I have respect for my colleagues, I respect the people who send them here, I respect the fact that their caucus elected them to a leadership position, so John Boehner is a very fine person, he had his glorious moment with the Pope coming this week, he is a devout Catholic, we can agree to disagree without being negative about each other – But, I don’t know if I’ll miss him, but here one day, we just work. Planned Parenthood “will not and cannot deny” that live fetuses are having their brains harvested, the former Hewlett-Packard CEO said in an interview on NBC’s Meet the Press. But while social conservatives have been been calling for an investigation as well, Pelosi wants to investigate the anti-abortion group that has been behind the videos, the Center for Medical Progress — not Planned Parenthood. “And I think they should be investigated as to how they obtained those and doctored those and then had them be accepted as something that was an indictment against Planned Parenthood because that’s not true,” Pelosi told CNN’s Jake Tapper. The push to defund Planned Parenthood has also been championed by government shutdown veteran Texas Senator Ted Cruz, although he has deflected the idea that he and other Republican lawmakers would be shutting down the government if they refused to pass legislation that didn’t strip funding from the organization. “We can expect President Obama and many of the congressional Democrats to cry loudly that if Congress uses its authority, Congress will be quote ‘shutting down the government.’ That, of course, is nonsense,” Cruz said in August, according to the Washington Post. Part-time to put myself through college and full-time after I graduated.” Chuck Todd: A “Washington Post” editorial this morning is calling it a full-fledged falsehood, Miss Fiorina.

According to CNN, Fiorina told an aide to “let them protest” and engaged one of the Planned Parenthood supporters. “Oh, I support women’s health care,” Fiorina responded. “I don’t support the butchering of babies, and you ought to go look at those videos.” “I understand we may disagree on things, but you need to ask yourself some questions. All we have agreed is that we have to honor the calendar which says that on September 30th the fiscal year ends and we have to have a continued resolution to take us forward as we prepare for our omnibus bill which will take us thought the next year.” Pelosi on the Pope’s historic address to Congress: “It was interesting when he talked about the sanctity of life.

The other leader in the Republican field, Ben Carson, earlier this month called for lawmakers to stand up to Obama, who has said he would veto any bill that denies funding to the organization. Why,” Fiorina asked Shireman, who identified herself as a Planned Parenthood supporter at the beginning of their conversation. “How much money does Planned Parenthood give to Democratic candidates? Pelosi praised Planned Parenthood’s “excellent leadership,” especially that of Cecile Richards, the organization’s president, who Pelosi referred to as a “spectacular leader in our country.” Pelosi and Tapper also discussed the impending resignation of Speaker. This is a big political rigged game.” Shireman said she’d find out the answers to Fiorina’s questions and come back to talk to her in the future. Fiorina said House Speaker John Boehner made the right decision in resigning, because his “season was coming to an end, and he understood that.” But she suggested the focus is now on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who she says still hasn’t proved whether he can be an effective leader.

The opposite end of the issues that the bishops advocate for.” Pelosi explains how she and the Pope clash on the issue of abortion: “For me as a mother of five when my husband and I brought our baby home from the hospital our fifth child, our oldest was turning six that week, and it was a beautiful wonderful thing for us, but it’s not up to us to decide that it’s a beautiful wonderful thing for other people, the size and timing of their family is a personal decision not a political decision, and so this issue is not just about terminating a pregnancy, it’s about family planning and that is the fight in Congress, people don’t know that. Fiorina, who has risen in the polls since the second GOP debate, is facing controversy ever since she made the comment that a video released by an anti-abortion group showed a “fully formed fetus” alive as someone can be heard saying they must keep it alive in order to “harvest its brain.” “Interestingly, no one has denied that babies are being butchered for their body parts in Planned Parenthood clinics and elsewhere.

I do think that Planned Parenthood is many people that consist of many state organizations and some of them not as, how shall I say, aware of the assault that was going to be made on them and they spoke in a way that could be misinterpreted.” Pelosi on whether she believes Hillary Clinton will be the 2016 Democratic Presidential nominee and how she believes the Democrats are on a “path” to take the House back: “Yeah, I do. I, myself, I have my own political responsibility which is to elect as many Democrats as possible to the Congress so we don’t have a Congress that we don’t have a Congress of obstruction. …When we took it back in 2006, nobody thought we were going to take it back in 2005.

Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, a senior associate dean of Leadership Studies and Lester Crown Professor of Practice Management at the Yale School of Management, who studied her record at HP and is one of her biggest critics, stated: “It was Fiorina’s failed leadership that brought (HP) down.” Of course, Fiorina has and will continue to try to put her business record in the best light. But, if she has any assets that qualify her for the presidency, in the view of this author and many others, her record as a businesswoman is certainly not one of them. And that’s why I think it would be good to have more debates so that people can see in a much more civil setting, the debate among Democrats about how we go forward.” JAKE TAPPER, CNN HOST: Leader Pelosi, thanks so much for doing this.

A tsunami of news Friday with Speak Boehner announcing that he’s stepping down you have had a long relationship with him, you spoke with him, what did he have to say? PELOSI: No I haven’t seen, I’ve seen some news reports of it, but I also know that some of it is not real and you can create any reality that you want.

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