Former Republican vice presidential candidate Carly Fiorina blasted Hillary Clinton on Facebook and Twitter, using the social media outlets to criticize her character.
On her Twitter account, Fiorina told the Democratic front-runner that "I'm a woman and I'm not voting for you."
The Republican former vice presidential candidate said in a Facebook
post that she believed Clinton was in "huge trouble," and that the Obama administration agreed.
Fiorina noted the criticism in the State Department's report about Clinton's handling of emails. "The State Department's message was quite clear: Hillary was 100% in violation of federal policies. What she did was wrong," Fiorina said.
Fiorina, in her Facebook post, said the media and Washington "establishment" are on Clinton's side, so conservative voters must take action against her.
"If anyone can stop her, it has to be you and me—conservatives like us who aren't afraid of a fight," Fiorina said.
In an earlier tweet
, she said she believed that Clinton was corrupt, claiming that the Democratic presidential candidate "will say and do anything in her lust for power. She is the ultimate insider, the ultimate in a corrupt politician."
In another tweet, Fiorina said Clinton had not accomplished anything without husband Bill Clinton's influence: Fiorina is not the only conservative woman to voice concerns about Clinton. In The New York Times
, Penny Nance of the conservative group Concerned Women for America, said she's not a fan of Donald Trump, but "any concerns I have about him pale in contrast to Hillary Clinton."
A Morning Consult
poll in April of all voters, not by party, found that women prefer Clinton to Trump by 50 percent to Trump's 32 percent.
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