The Southern Republican Leadership Conference (SRLC) kicked off this week in Oklahoma City and many of the GOP presidential hopefuls were on hand to make their pitch.
GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina on Saturday accused President Obama and his former secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, of poorly representing America’s interests on the world stage.“The world is a dangerous and tragic place when America is not leading,” Fiorina told the crowd at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in Oklahoma City. “Nowhere is leadership more important now than in the world.”
Fiorina charged that Clinton’s similarities to Obama maker her an unfit presidential successor.“Hillary Clinton must not be the president of these United States,” she said.“She must not be president of the United States as she is not trustworthy and does not have a record of leadership,” Fiorina added.
Fiorina repeated earlier campaign vows that she would make herself more publicly accessible than her possible Democratic opponent.“Since I launched my campaign for the presidency less than three weeks ago, I have answered about 413 questions from the press, and yes, I am counting,” she said. “Hillary Clinton, I think, has answered 13 questions now since April 12.”
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