Republican presidential candidates and media members are continuing to call out Hillary Clinton over her lack of availability to the press.  

The Washington Post and New York Times have highlighted the issue recently, with the Post reporting yesterday that Clinton has fielded only eight questions since launching her campaign a month ago.

The Post also pointed out that it has been 20 days since Clinton took a question from the media.

Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, the only woman running on the Republican side, has taken 322 questions since announcing her candidacy earlier this month. 

On "Hannity" tonight, Fiorina said that Hillary Clinton is hiding from the press.

She remarked that Clinton is going to get away with a lot, until another "presidential candidate won't let her get away with anything."

Hannity said that many Clinton supporters don't really know her and that it's amazing that she is hiding from the press.

"People have this image of her, they think they know her, they think they want to vote for her and the more they learn, the less they want to vote for her," Fiorina said.

The GOP presidential candidate explained that there are a whole series of questions that Clinton "doesn't want to answer and so she's hiding."

Hannity told Fiorina that it's interesting how she has been criticized by the media for "attacking Clinton."

"First of all, I'm not attacking Hillary, I'm asking questions," Fiorina said. "I'm asking very legitimate questions about her transparency, her trustworthiness, her track record."

"The fact that she's held a bunch of highfalutin titles is interesting," Fiorina added. "The fact that she hasn't accomplished anything while she held those titles is more interesting."

Watch Fiorina's full interview in the video above. 


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