The Donald Trump, Ben Carson Feud

The GOP presidential hopefuls have been slinging mud at each other over comments about faith.
1:55 | 09/11/15

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Finally tonight, Donald Trump on the hot seat yet again. He's gotten fresh trouble brewing with fellow presidential candidates. Now our very own ladies of "The view" who gave him some advice today. And here's joining us on the phone right now. Are you there, big D.? Reporter: This morning Donald Trump getting a tough welcome on "The view." Donald, you've got to get a little bit more informed on what's going on in women's issues. I do think I am very well informed. No, baby, I swear to you -- I swear to you, Donald, you're misinformed here. Reporter: The presidential hopeful now on the defense after attacking Carly fiorina, telling "Rolling stone" in a cover story, look at that face, would anyone vote for that? Can you imagine that, the face of our next president? Trump later insisting it wasn't about her looks. I'm talking about her persona. She failed miserably at Hewlett-Packard. She then ran for senate, lost in a landslide. Now she's running for president. Then why don't you talk about her brain instead of her face? Reporter: The candidate tangling with Dr. Ben Carson who said this when asked how he's different from the billionaire. I realize where my success has come from. And I don't in any way deny my faith in god. And I think that probably is a big difference. Reporter: Today Carson telling me those comments were not meant as a person a tack. Do you want to clarify those remarks? There were a lot of people in the media who immediately seized upon it and said, this is an attack. Then I think he took the bait. I'm not going to get into the mud and start slinging dirt. It's not the kind of person that I am. Trump says he's a Christian, that the bible is his favorite book. Do you believe that? I think if he says that, we should take him at his word. Reporter: For "Nightline," I'm Tom llamas in Houston, Texas. Thomas Jefferson said, we in America do not have government by majority, we have government by the majority who participate."

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