Fiorina: My debate exclusion is an insult to voters

The fact that she won’t be on the stage during Saturday’s GOP debate is an insult to voters, Carly Fiorina said on Friday.

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“The people who should be frustrated, actually more than frustrated, are the people of Iowa and New Hampshire,” the former Hewlett-Packard CEO said on “Morning Joe” when asked if she was “frustrated” by her exclusion.

What message would it send, she asked, that she was not included despite getting more delegates than New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Ohio Gov. John Kasich and tying with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. (Fiorina’s nationwide RealClearPolitics average is 2 percentage points — the lowest of the remaining candidates.)

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One thought on “Fiorina: My debate exclusion is an insult to voters

  1. Is anything ever going to get the message across to these low-polling candidates that it’s time to look for something to do besides running for president? Iowa did help clarify the futility for a few, but there’s still too many in play. A “debate” between seven people is impossible, a guarantee of superficiality.

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