Hillary Clinton is a hypocrite on women's rights, says Carly Fiorina, a possible candidate for the Republican nomination for president.
"I must say as a woman, I find it offensive that Hillary Clinton travels the Silicon Valley, a place where I worked for a long time, and lectures Silicon Valley companies on women's rights in technology, and yet sees nothing wrong with taking money from the Algerian government, which really denies women the most basic human rights," Fiorina said Tuesday on Fox News Channel's "Hannity."
"This is called … hypocrisy," she told host Sean Hannity.
Fiorina is the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, and has said previously that if she is nominated by the GOP to run for the presidency, she would take one of Democrat Clinton's main weapons away: She could not say people would have to vote for her in order for America to elect its first female president.
Instead, Clinton would be forced to talk about the issues and her experience, and Fiorina said Clinton would lose that battle.
Fiorina said she is not impressed with Clinton's titles as a former senator or secretary of state.
"What counts is, what have you done? What have you accomplished?" she said. "And in particular, what have you, Mrs. Clinton, accomplished on behalf of the American people? Have you kept us safer? No. What have you accomplished, honestly, on behalf of women and girls — which she talks a lot about."
Whoever the GOP nominee turns out to be must unify the party, Fiorina said, and not leave votes on the table as they did in the past two presidential elections when large portions of the base stayed home.
"We need a conservative who can reach beyond the party. And we need to draw a very clear contrast between our philosophies, our values, our principles, and theirs," Fiorina said.
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