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After taking the stage for the first Fox Business GOP debate tonight, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum shared their reactions to the event with Lou Dobbs.

Fiorina said that she's very happy with her performance, and she believes that she took advantage of the opportunity to address millions of voters.

As for her several pointed jabs at Hillary Clinton, Fiorina said that the Democratic presidential front-runner craves power.

"Hillary Clinton has spent her life trying to gain power. She has also spent much of her life abusing power. And now she wants to go to the White House," Fiorina said.

"I think she's qualified for the big house, but she wants to go to the White House."


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Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said that he was pleased that the first of tonight's Fox Business GOP debates stayed on track and focused on substantive issues.

"I thought it was important that we didn't attack each other. We weren't there trying to be silly. We were there answering questions and talking to the American people," Huckabee said.

He said that he's still hopeful that he'll be the GOP nominee, but even if he's not, he's still happy that he brought the issues that affect working Americans to the forefront.

"You can't build a strong America without strong manufacturing jobs, [a] middle class that is mobile upward, and that has to happen."


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Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum explained to Dobbs that he wanted to use the debate to show voters that he has the passion to campaign hard and defeat Hillary Clinton.

Santorum explained that the numerous problems facing our country require a leader who's not "tone deaf" to the pain that many Americans are feeling.

"This is who we need to help, and this is what it's all about."

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