Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina said “the game is rigged” after not being allowed onto the stage at Saturday’s ABC News-WMUR New Hampshire debate.
“You know the people who should be frustrated, actually, more than frustrated, are the voters of Iowa and the voters of New Hampshire,” Fiorina said Friday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” “because you see the voters of Iowa voted, and in that vote I beat Christie, I beat Kasich, I tied Bush for delegates, and yet I’m not on the stage, and they are.”
[dcquiz] “So what does that say to the voters of Iowa?” she asked. (RELATED: Growing Chorus Call For Carly Fiorina To Be Allowed Into ABC Debate Saturday)
“And the voters of New Hampshire ought to be ticked because apparently ABC and the RNC are saying, ‘No, you can’t make up your minds three days before the primary,” Fiorina continued. “We have to take somebody off the stage who’s clearly a viable candidate.’ So the voters of Iowa and New Hampshire are being ticked, and I have been saying all along in this election the game is rigged, and now you see it in plain day.”