Carly Fiorina takes on Hillary at CPAC: Explain your lousy leadership, hypocrisy

Carly Fiorina is a highly accomplished business woman and rising political star.

She’s also a potential presidential nominee for 2016 who explained in an interview with BizPac Review that it is “her experience and not her gender that qualifies her to comment on Hillary Clinton’s lack of accomplishments as Secretary of State.”

Fiorina expanded upon her criticism of Hillary as well as her love of county at CPAC 2015.

“I know that it is only in this country that a young woman can go from secretary to CEO. And that is because our founders knew what my mother taught me. Everyone has God-given gifts. Everyone has potential – often far more than they realize.”

“…We must unlock the potential of every American, fundamentally reform government and restore American leadership in the world.”

Fiorina condemned America’s current leadership, especially that of Democrat presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton.

“This is not leadership. Nor is it leadership when Secretary Clinton asks, ‘What difference does it make?’ when our embassy is deliberately attacked by terrorists and four Americans are murdered. It makes all the difference in the world, Mrs. Clinton, and the required response has never come.”

Fiorina then addressed Clinton directly and reminded the crowd about the former secretary of state’s incessant hypocrisy – lest anyone dare to forget.

“Mrs. Clinton, please, name an accomplishment. And in the meantime, please explain why we should accept that the millions and millions of dollars that have flowed into the Clinton Global Initiative from foreign governments do not represent a conflict of interest.”

“She tweets about women’s rights in this country and takes money from governments that deny women the most basic human rights.

“She tweets about equal pay for women but won’t answer basic questions about her own offices’ pay standards—and neither will our President. Hillary likes hashtags. But she doesn’t know what leadership means,” Fiorina said.

“Now is the time to declare without apology and without equivocation that this is the greatest nation the world has ever known and we are a force for good.”

The response on Twitter was resounding as was the crowd at CPAC 2015:

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