Carly Fiorina panned Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, saying on “Fox News Sunday” the U.S. is in “grave danger” thanks to Clinton.
Fiorina argued to host Chris Wallace that many questions need to be asked of Clinton, especially about her “leadership” at the State Department.
“I come from a world where titles are just titles and talk is just talk. The questions I’m raising about Hillary Clinton, I take no delight in them,” Fiorina told Wallace. “I‘m concerned.”
“It is entirely legitimate when someone is running for the presidency of the United States to ask whether they are being transparent, whether they are trustworthy, whether they have a track record of leadership,” the former Hewlett-Packard CEO said. “Hillary Clinton has demonstrated over and over again that she is not transparent.”
“Her leadership as secretary of state has placed us in grave danger around the world,” Fiorina said. “These are entirely legitimate questions and questions I would ask of her on the general debate stage. Questions that must be asked of her because the American people need to hear her answers.”