Jul 28, 2015

Fiorina: 'I know more world leaders than any candidate' | Washington Examiner

Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina may criticize Hillary Clinton a lot, but she says that shouldn't stop voters from viewing the former Hewlett-Packard CEO as a qualified leader in her own right. It's true that the media picks up what they want to, Fiorina told a Breitbart News Q&A Monday. [But] I started out as a secretary in a nine person real estate firm and went on to become...

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