A week after "The View" made fun of her face, GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina made her return appearance on the program and battled the show's hosts over the barbs and feminism.
From the outset, Fiorina said that the comments made last Friday did not affect her, saying she's "been called all kinds of things" throughout her career in business and, now, politics.
"Look, I've been called all kinds of things. I've been called a bimbo from the time I was a secretary to the time I was a CEO," Fiorina told the hosts. "I think we need to be able to have civil conversations in this country about our differences, as well as about the things that unite us. All too often, we demonize a messenger because we don't like the message. So, I'd just like to have a conversation about where we agree and where we disagree."
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO went on to battle Whoopi Goldberg, Raven-Symone and Joy Behar on a multitude off topics, including her opposition to abortion and raising the minimum wage.