Eight major GOP president candidates of the 2012 U.S. presidential election, including Michele Bachmann met in Washington on Tuesday for the GOP debate on national security on Tuesday, the 23rd November 2011. Michele Bachmann, who has just addressed the controversy surrounding her appearance on Monday’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” show, was all smiles as she strolled out to debate the issues.
Before focusing on Michele Bachmann’s a number of unsubstantiated claims in Tuesday's GOP debate, we were totally distracted by the representative’s make up. Michele Bachmann seemed to hit the stage, wearing tons of makeup. Her natural look was hidden beneath layers of foundation, blusher, concealer, eye shadow as well as eye-liner and lipstick.
Michele Bachmann, who spent $4,700 on a stylist, was captured heavily made-up her eyes and lips for the GOP National Security Debate hosted by CNN. The 55-year-old president candidate donned a white skirt suit and a black top and completed with silver necklace and diamond earrings for the event.
However, with questions about Bachmann potentially “leaking” classified information and her number of unsubstantiated claims on the debate, it seems that even heavy make-up may be no match for the candidate’s misfortunes.
Michele Bachmann’s opinions suggesting that the CIA cannot interrogate terrorist suspects any longer hurt her due to a lack of believability. However, her disagreement with Rick Perry about whether to give aid to Pakistan should have been an excellent point for her.
Michele Bachmann appeared at the GOP debate on Tuesday, November 13, 2011, wearing heavy make-up
From left: Herman Cain, Former CEO Godfather's Pizza, Newt Gingrich, Former Speaker of the House, and Rep. Michele Bachmann, Minnesota
Newt Gingrich makes a point as Michele Bachmann listens
Michele Bachmann made a number of unsubstantiated claims in Tuesday's GOP debate
Eight Republicans took part in the national security debate sponsored by CNN