Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett-Packard, shares insight on the firm's corporate earnings and turnaround plan. She tells CNBC's David Faber that revenue growth is possible in fiscal 2014.
B.: The polls do not show that he won and if he knew anything about polling, he would know that. Polls must, first and foremost, be done in a random manner. Asking people to call and tell you what they think is not a poll. Professional pollsters select a random sample of people and contact them, they do not ask people to call them. Of course, the majority of people who contact Trump's group will be those who favor him. That kind of poll is typical of his other beliefs, such as that global warming doesn't exist--junk science, pure and simple Josef Goebbels is at it again. And re Hillary's stamina, she stood there the other night for the same time he did and looked as fresh as a daisy aft er it was over. How many times did Trump need to have a drink of water? And what was all that sniffing? Possibly a cold? Or allergy? Of course, we will never know--the mighty Donald couldn't possibly have something as mundane and common-man as a common cold! Don't forget, he is above the rest of us, immune to something to common as a virus! And wouldn't it be a shame if he brought his brand down along with his presidential aspirations? Boo hoo!