Pressing whether that meant he would vote for Biden in the general election, Fiorina replied, “Well, isn’t it until November? I won’t vote for Trump … it’s a binary election. So if you face a binary election on a ballot, yes “.
Fiorina, an anti-abortionist and former candidate for the US Senate. The US acknowledged that there are “many political differences” with Biden, but added that he believes the former vice president could “solve problems” and “find common ground on a bipartisan basis.”
“I am encouraged that Joe Biden is a person of humility, empathy and character. I think he has demonstrated this throughout his life,” he said.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO was one of 17 Republican presidential candidates in 2016, making him the only declared candidate to seek the Republican nomination.
When asked about Trump’s embrace of Cruz now, Fiorina told The Atlantic that she believes “it is about politics” and that she has not spoken to the United States senator in a couple of years.
“I don’t apologize. I don’t. I am disappointed,” he said.
Fiorina said she voted for Trump in 2016, citing her disapproval of then-Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton, even after her own appearance was attacked by Trump during the primaries.
But since then it has been open against the president.
At the time, he did not rule out voting for Trump in 2020 again, saying it “depends on who the Democrats put.”
CLARIFICATION: This story was updated to reflect that Fiorina was the only woman to seek the Republican nomination in 2016.