Fiorina: Hillary ‘Has to Remind People She’s a Woman All the Time’

‘Look, I’m very proud to be a woman but I’m never going to ask people to vote for me because of my gender’

BRZEZINSKI: “If you go to a Hillary Clinton event, as I did yesterday, the historic nature of her candidacy is everywhere, it’s in the air implicitly or explicitly. By go to one of your rallies, I don’t  hear that from you, is that a decision that you’ve made that this is not going to be about your gender but about you as a person and about your choices?”
FIORINA: “Well, Hillary Clinton has to remind people that she’s a woman all the time because she doesn’t have a track record of accomplishment. And because she’s lied to the American people. So the best argument she has is vote for me I’m a woman. Look, I’m very proud to be a woman, but I’m never going to ask people to vote for me because of my gender. I’m asking people to vote for me because I’m the most qualified candidate to win this job. People know I’ll whoop Hillary Clinton on the debate stage. And I’m the most qualified candidate to do this job. I have more foreign policy experience, more economic experience, I understand bureaucracies, I understand technology and I have spent my entire life challenging the system, producing results, solving festering problems and leading. That’s how you go from a secretary to a CEO in the most relentlessly competitive industry in the world. That’s what I do.”

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