Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina questioned on "Hannity" tonight whether Hillary Clinton is trustworthy.  

"I come from a world where titles are just titles and speeches are just speeches," Fiorina stated. "I come from the world that most of us live in, which is actions speak louder than words. If you want to lead, you need to demonstrate a track record of leadership and accomplishment." 

Fiorina noted that in January during CPAC 2015, she asked Clinton to name an accomplishment and she still has not.

"I think Hillary Clinton cannot be president of these United States because she is not trustworthy and she lacks a track record of leadership and accomplishment," Fiorina stated. 

Fiorina said the Republican presidential nominee has to be able to take Clinton on and throw the necessary "punches." 

Hannity asked Fiorina how Clinton will overcome the perception of being "dishonest" and if the former Secretary of State can win the election.

"I think what we saw demonstrated in her Roosevelt Island speech is she will have more money and the best political ground game in history, so we shouldn't underestimate her," Fiorina answered. "She may be a deeply flawed candidate, but she's going to have a lot of money, they have a great ground game, they have been building that ground game for two Obama terms, so she will be formidable."

Watch more in the video above. 

Don’t miss Sean Hannity's exclusive hour-long interview with Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush Tuesday, June 16 at 10p ET.


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