Hillary is all style, no substance, Fiorina says
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Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina on Saturday argued Hillary Clinton was all style and no substance.
“She has had many titles but she has not accomplished much,” she argued of the 2016 Democratic candidate.
“I have sat across the table from Vladimir Putin and I know you don’t just stand up to him with a gimmicky red ‘reset’ button,” Fiorina argued of Clinton’s dealings with the Russian president while secretary of State.
Fiorina, a likely 2016 presidential contender, argued the Clintons were a self-interested political dynasty. She said they and others like them had damaged the American political system for far too long.
“The professional political class has let us down in so many ways,” Fiorina charged.
“Hillary Clinton does not deserve to be president because she is a woman, but because she is not trustworthy.”
The former business executive also urged voters to pick the best possible Republican candidate to face off against Clinton in 2016.
“We have to have a nominee who can throw those punches all day,” Fiorina said.
“Leaders change the system when it needs to be changed,” she added. “The highest calling of leadership is to unlock the potential of others.”
Fiorina is expected to announce her official Oval Office bid on May 4 online. 
If she runs, she will join Sens. Ted Cruz (Texas), Rand Paul (Ky.) and Marco Rubio (Fla.) as contenders for the GOP’s nomination next election cycle.