In a much anticipated showdown, Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina took on the ladies of "The View" on feminism, what it means to be "pro-woman," Planned Parenthood, women in the workplace, Donald Trump and more.
The set got heated when Fiorina took on Planned Parenthood. Co-host Joy Behar told the candidate her falsehoods about Planned Parenthood "offend me."
"I would never ask people to vote for me because I'm a woman," Fiorina later said. "If you can't handle a tough question then you shouldn't be president of the United States."
Co-host Joy Behar was visibly upset that her comments about Fiorina's face were offensive to the female Republican presidential candidate.
"I don't get why any candidate is exempt from my comedic jokes," Behar.
"Conservative women are held to a different standard than liberal women," Fiorina told the panel.