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Carly Fiorina slammed FBI Director James Comey's recommendation not to charge Hillary Clinton with a crime, calling it a "blow to the very heart of our democracy."

The former Republican candidate wrote that the FBI "admitted" that Clinton "endangered the American people -- and confirmed that the worst things any of us imagined about Hillary's email server were true."

She listed some of the worst offenses named by Comey, including that Clinton was likely hacked by foreign governments.

"But when you’re a Clinton, none of this matters," Fiorina wrote. "Not when you have the ear of the President, or you can call a secret airport meeting with the Attorney General. Not when you behave as if you’re above the law, and will never be held responsible for your actions."

She continued: "It’s not just a miscarriage of justice, but a blow to the very heart of our democracy. This is a shameful day for the rule of law and the security of our nation, no matter what your political beliefs may be."

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