Iran, Nukes, and Obama: ‘Every Major Goal that President Obama Set’ Has Been Abandoned
Speaking to George Stephanopoulos this morning, Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina explained on ABC’s “This Week” that, were she President of the United States, she would “walk away from the negotiating table” in Vienna. “If you can’t walk away from the negotiating table,” Fiorina argued, “the other side just keeps negotiating.”
“We have caved on every major goal that President Obama set,” Fiorina added, “and so I would walk away and I would tell the Iranians that until and unless they are prepared to open every nuclear facility, every uranium enrichment facility to full and unfettered inspections, that we will make it as difficult as possible for them to move money around the global financial system. We can do that. We don’t need anyone’s permission or collaboration to do that.”
Fiorina also had harsh words for China and Russia, which countries, she said, “have not been negotiating on our side of the table.”
Later in the segment, Fiorina took aim at Hillary Clinton’s proposed domestic agenda, submitting that a Clinton presidency would merely “create more income inequality.” ”Bigger government creates crony capitalism,” Fiorina argued:
When you have a 70,000 page tax code, you’ve got to be very wealthy, very powerful, very well connected to dig your way through that tax code. So, she made to cry income inequality, what I will continue to point out is the fact that every policy she is pursuing will make income inequality worse, not better, crony capitalism even worse, not better. And meanwhile, we will continue to crush the businesses that create jobs and middle class families. And let’s look to the state of California where I lived for 12 years, liberal policies have been in place for decades, and yet 111 billionaires, good for them, the highest poverty rates in the nation, the exodus of the middle class, the destruction of industry after industry. Now they’re destroying agriculture in California.
Fiorina is currently garnering around two percent support.