Welch, who has yet to endorse a presidential candidate, said he is proud of Sanders.
Lauren Batchelder of Chester, New Hampshire, wasn’t clapping. Trump interrupted saying he cherishes and respects women.“You’ll make the same if you do as good of a job,” he said.
When it came time for Trump to answer questions, 18-year-old Batchelder stood up and said she doesn’t believe Trump supports women.“If you’re elected president, will I make the same as a man? “And I happen to be pro-life.”Batchelder said Trump's response wasn’t the answer for which she'd hoped.
Other forum attendees remained undecided about which candidate to support.
Lisa Alexander, an undeclared voter from Pelham, New Hampshire, said she’d consider voting for Trump, depending on whom he taps for his cabinet.“If he’s going to run the country as a business, I don’t think that would be a good thing,” she said.
“On the other hand, I think he’s smart enough to hire people in his cabinet who would do a good job with whatever weaknesses he has.”Cole Kleitsch, who brought his three sons from Gladstone, New Jersey, said it is too early to choose a favorite candidate.
The trip was more about the indoor pool at the hotel and the fall foliage along New Hampshire's highways, he said.
Sanders and Trump are two outsiders on the political spectrum.
waits for Donald Trump to stop talking after interrupting her and to continue with her question on women's rights at the No Labels Problem Solver Convention in Manchester N. The Laconia, New Hampshire, couple said they were happy to proclaim their love for the Vermont senator after hearing businessman Donald Trump address a crowd of nearly 2,000 registered voters.“The thought of Trump getting elected scares me,” Cass said.
The pair joined six other presidential candidates along with numerous politicians and celebrities for Monday’s forum at the Radisson in Manchester, New Hampshire.