New Carly Fiorina Ad Destroys Hillary Clinton’s Campaign

Carly Fiorina continues to be (by far) the strongest GOP Presidential campaigner in the race today.

Don’t get me wrong, that doesn’t mean she’ll win the nominating fight, or even come close… but it is true. She has been a pitbull on the campaign trail and her events are consistently the most energetic and draw the largest crowds. How does the most unheralded candidate in the pack continue to do this, day in and day out?

She has the guts to fight. She has the brains to go on offense. She has the will to win.

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Carly Fiorina is turning out to be a formidable opponent, and she is doing it by concentrating her fire on the true enemy in this race – Hillary Clinton. She hasn’t been attacking her fellow GOP candidates (like Chris Christie and Lindsey Graham), and she hasn’t been focusing on just one issue to the exclusion of others.

No, Carly has run a wonderfully orchestrated political campaign, and she’s still hitting all the right notes.

On Thursday she released a new ad dismantling Hillary Clinton’s supposed “accomplishments” and truly laying bare the inadequacy of Hillary Clinton as a Presidential candidate.

This ad is EPIC.

 

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