CARLY FIORINA Shows Up Outside Hillary Clinton Event — Offers to Take Questions from Media (VIDEO)
Hillary Clinton was in Columbia, South Carolina on Wednesday.
So was Carly Fiorina.
Fiorina popped up outside the Marriott Hotel where Clinton was speaking to hold a press conference. She offered to take questions from the press. Hillary has not held a press conference that wasn’t staged for over a month now.
“I think the Republican Party needs a nominee who will ask these questions on a general debate stage. I hope the media will continue to ask these questions. I hope you’re all very interested to asking me questions and I appreciate very much the opportunity to answer questions. I hope you will continue to be as aggressive with Mrs. Clinton wherever she is on the street corner.”
Earlier in the day Fiorina slammed Hillary’s disastrous record in MSNBC.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina argued that “titles are just titles” and Hillary Clinton’s “track record” includes the collapse of the Middle East and the failed Russian reset on Wednesday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” on MSNBC.
Fiorina said, “I come from a world where titles are just titles, and talk is just talk. It’s only in politics where titles and words mean a lot. In the rest of the world, it’s actually about what have you done, actions speak louder than words. People want to know are your words and your actions consistent and are they consistent over time. And so, I think when 82% of the American people now believe that there is a professional political class more interested in preserving its own power and privilege than it is in serving the American people, people expect basic questions to be asked of anyone running for president. ‘What have you done, are you trustworthy, are you transparent, will you answer questions?’”
Fiorina said that while Hillary Clinton has said some “wonderful things” as Secretary of State, “it’s also true that as Secretary of State she took women’s rights and human rights off the table for discussion with China. It’s also true as Secretary of State that she called Bashar al-Assad a positive reformer. It’s also true that in 2011, when she was Secretary of State, she said that Iraq was a free, stable, sovereign nation. And now we have a nation falling apart, Iranian influence growing, ISIS growing. It’s true that she said that she could reset our Russia — our relationship with Russia and Vladimir Putin is on the march. So, I think all of those things I just named go fundamentally to what is her track record.”