Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina dismissed The New York Times’ recent article on Sen. Marco Rubio’s finances Wednesday, saying they should worry about conflicts of interest between Hillary Clinton and her foundation’s donors.
Appearing on “America’s Newsroom” with Fox News’ Martha MacCallum, Fiorina said The Times should be asking themselves “what else don’t we know” when it comes to the Clintons.
“Well, look, I think it is the The New York Times. I think they are digging around for everything on everybody,” Fiorina said. “I wish they would do more of a story on what Bill and Hillary Clinton have been doing with their money. Or, more importantly, what they’ve been doing with their donors’ money to the Clinton Global Initiative.”
“Honestly, the question I think now for the Clintons is what else don’t we know? What don’t we know know about your donors?” Fiorina continued. “What don’t we know about the conflicts of interest that those donors represent. When Mrs. Clinton is serving as secretary of state, we are now finding out that so little of those charitable donations actually go to charitable works. They are hiring campaign staff.”
“I mean, it’s really amazing to me,” Fiorina said. “So Marco Rubio bought a fishing boat. Wow, I would much rather know about the conflict of interest between the Swedish government and our former secretary of state.”