Interview Highlights 

– “The three real outsiders {in the GOP Presidential race} are doing exceedingly well because it is a reflection of the fact that roughly 80% of the American people now think we have a professional political class that cares more about their power, privilege…rather than getting things done.”

– “The political class has failed- whether it’s immigration, education, the economy…we talk about the same issues every election and yet it never really seems to get fixed.”

– “My first day in the Oval Office I would make two phone calls, the first would be to my good friend Bibi Netanyahu to reassure him the United States of America will always stand by Israel, the second will be to the Supreme leader of Iran…the message is new deal, I don’t care what the deal is, the new deal is this- unless you open up every military and nuclear facility to real anytime, anywhere inspections, we are going to make it as hard as possible for you to move money around the global system. We can do this alone… this will send the message that the United States of America is back in the leadership business.”

Top three issues for the next President:

1- grow this economy

2- cut the government down to size and hold it accountable

3- restore American leadership in the world. 

On Donald Trump:

– “I think insulting people just because they ask you a tough question isn’t appropriate…I don’t think the personal insults helps. I don’t think it helps us solve problems. And I don’t think it helps the American people understand what someone will do if elected President.”

About Carly Fiorina

Carly Fiorina is running for the Republican nomination for President in 2016. Since the debates two weeks ago in Cleveland, Ms. Fiorina has surged onto the national scene. She started out as a secretary for a small real estate business, eventually she would become a leader in technology, business and charity. In just fifteen years Carly went from an entry-level employee to leading AT&T’s spin-off of Lucent Technologies and, later, Lucent’s North American operations. Fiorina served as chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard (HP) from 1999 to 2005. As CEO of HP, she was the first woman to lead a Fortune 500 business. Fiorina was considered one of the most powerful women in business during her tenure at Lucent and Hewlett-Packard.

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