-- While Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina declined to say whether she would support Donald Trump if he won the party's bid for the White House, she said he taps into an anger she hears daily on issues like immigration.
Despite landing himself in hot water with some of his fellow Republicans after his comments about Mexican immigrants, Trump managed to draw huge crowds at a campaign event in Phoenix on Saturday. Fiorina, the only female candidate in a sprawling GOP field, said that wanting to secure the border and to end sanctuary cities was “common sense,” not “extreme.”
"People are angry about a common sense thing like securing the border," she told George Stephanopoulos today on ABC’s "This Week." "It's not extreme -- it’s common sense. We need to secure the border."
Fiorina added that voters "are also angry at a professional political class of both parties that talks a good game, gives good speeches, but somehow nothing ever really changes.”
According to her campaign, Fiorina has raised $1.4 million in her bid for the White House, which pales in comparison to what other 2016 candidates have raised.