Carly Fiorina Signs Autograph On A Fan’s Forehead At Campaign Event

Carly Fiorina got the rock star treatment at a campaign event on Wednesday, when an eager male fan asked the Republican to sign his forehead.

It was clearly an unconventional request for the former Hewlett-Packard CEO, who asked to clarify: “What do you want me to do?” The exchange was captured by New York Times reporter Nick Corasaniti.

Fiorina obliged the request, scrawling her autograph on the man’s forehead in what appears to be permanent marker.

Fiorina was scheduled to file her paperwork for South Carolina’s early primary and appear at a meet and greet during her visit in the state. She recently surged to second place in the GOP field after a strong performance in the Sept. 16 CNN presidential debate.

Watch the exchange, via Corasaniti, below:

Carly Fiorina just signed a students forehead at an event in Lexington, SC

A video posted by Nick Corasaniti (@nickwouldgo) on

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