Carly Fiorina’s Voters First Performance May Just Win You Over
GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina seemed to hit her mark, coming across confident and strong as she took the stage to answer questions in New Hampshire’s Voter’s First Forum.
Fiorina said that on her first day in office she would make two phone calls. The first would be to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to let him know that he has a friend in the Oval Office.
The second would be to the supreme leader of Iran to make it clear there would be severe economic sanctions against the country unless they agree to unrestricted inspections of their nuclear facilities.
“He might not take the phone call, but he would get the message,” Fiorina said.
She contends that Americans are tired of a “professional political class” and the “status quo.”
As the former chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard, Fiorina argued that a lifelong politician isn’t the leader Americans will be looking for in 2016. She then thanked the organizers “for reminding the political class that we don’t have a national primary.”
Here is some of the Twitter buzz from the night:
I admit, I haven’t seen much of Carly Fiorina until recently. She’s tough.
— Matthew (@Matthops82) August 4, 2015
— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) August 4, 2015
— California Crazy! (@tcotonleftcoast) August 4, 2015
@CarlyFiorina well Carly gets it, this election is a fight for America’s soul. Its time for an all out brawl
— Keith French (@kfrench201420) August 4, 2015
@CarlyFiorina great job we need to take the political class out and get people back in government. Eliminate big departments states can do
— Gary Smith (@GarySmi57500077) August 4, 2015
Check out how Fiorina did when given a chance to participate on stage:
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H/T – C-SPAN