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Monday, December 09, 2019

Endorse This: Boxing Carly Fiorina

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Carly Fiorina is surging in Republican polls — but there’s somebody out there who has some experience at beating her: Democratic senator Barbara Boxer, who clobbered Fiorina by a 10-point margin back in 2010, after telling the voters about the then-Republican Senate candidate’s business record of presiding over massive job losses.

Now Boxer has quite a lot to say about Fiorina’s dishonest attacks on Planned Parenthood. In fact, she has a few blunt words to offer about Fiorina’s decision to seek the Republican presidential nomination.

Hear what the long-serving Democrat who crushed Carly thinks about her chances this year…

Video via MSNBC.

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