She declined to address Trump's latest insult directly when asked about it during an appearance on Fox News.
"Ladies, look at this face", Fiorina said, to strong applause. "Would anyone vote for that?" he told Rolling Stone magazine.
Donald Trump says has no worries about the next GOP presidential debate, although he expects his fellow candidates to come after him.
The Trump edition of Rolling Stone hits newsstands Friday. "Are we serious?"
She confirmed that she does not plan on asking Trump to apologize for his comments because "there's a long line of people asking him to apologize".
Carly Fiorina, (R) Presidential Candidate said, "I'm not going to spend a single cycle wondering what Donald Trump means".
O'Reilly said that while Carson and Jeb Bush need to stop being human soporifics, even ideologically excitable candidates like Ted Cruz and Mike Huckabee need to amp up their game, because "the Trump-factor is obliterating their messages and standard campaign rhetoric". "Eighty-two percent of the American people now think we have a professional political class that is so focused with the preservation of its own power, privilege and position that it has forgotten who it is there to serve". He added that Fiorina and the United States deserve someone better.
"My whole life is preparation for a debate", the mogul said.
Trump: Well, the plan would have been - and I love the concept of a deal because nuclear is trouble, there's never been anything like it - it's the worst and something should be done. Her tenure at the tech company has been criticized by some, including Yale's Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, whose article in Fortune last month was used by Trump as ammunition during the interview. He attacked Carson's calm appearance and downplayed his medical accomplishments. "That's not going to be the president", Trump said. Then, she played a video in which Trump had some harsh words.
The next Republican presidential primary debate is still four days away, but Donald Trump and Rand Paul are eager to get the brawling off to an early start. According to CNN/ORC poll that was released Thursday, he has received support from 32 percent Republicans.