When Hillary Clinton sat down with CNN for her first major interview since launching her campaign, she was asked about her issues with trustworthiness in relationship to the American public then went on to lie several times about how she is perceived as trustworthy.
Carly Fiorina, the only woman running for the Republican nomination for president of the United States, joined Sean Hannity Wednesday to give her take on the interview, calling the remarks “vintage Clinton.”
“She has lived in her own world and in her own bubble for so long that she really doesn’t perceive these very real conflicts of interest as conflicts of interest,” explained Fiorina.
Fiorina not only found fault with Clinton’s answers, but also the questions asked in the interview. She explained that Clinton was not asked about her track record as secretary of state, nor the Russian “reset,” nor Clinton’s missteps in Iraq nor the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi.
“In other words, she isn’t going to be asked all the questions she needs to be asked,” Fiorina said. “Which is why we must have a nominee who will face her on a general election debate stage and ask every single one of those questions so that the American people have the facts they need to make a good judgement.”
Fiorina then went on to make the case for putting herself on the general debate stage against Clinton. Woman versus woman, Fiorina argues, would strip Clinton of the first woman president campaign slogan and force her to look at issues seriously, something Fiorina argued Clinton hasn’t done.
“She, as secretary of state, took human rights and women’s rights off the table in her discussions with China, specifically, even though she made a big show of showing up in China to talk about women’s rights or human rights. Yet when she was in a position to pursue that discussion with China … she took it off the table.”
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