In the wake of Hillary Clinton's announcement that she's running for president, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina appeared on "Fox and Friends" to react and discuss her own possible presidential run.

Fiorina said people are tired of "politics as usual" and want leadership in the White House.

"[Clinton] is a hard-working, intelligent woman, but she does not have a track record of leadership," Fiorina said.

Fiorina pointed out that during Clinton's tenure as secretary of state, she had the Benghazi scandal and watched the world become a more dangerous place.

"Beyond that, she doesn't have a record of transparency," Fiorina said. "She isn't trustworthy, in other words. When you have your emails on a private server and then you wipe that server clean as Secretary of State, that's a real problem."

As for if it's time for a female president, Fiorina noted that women make up half the population in the U.S. and 53 percent of voters.

"I think it just makes sense to tap the potential of women as well as men in the political process, as well as every other segment of society," Fiorina said.

She revealed that she will make an announcement about her 2016 candidacy near the end of April or early May.

Watch the "Fox and Friends" interview above.

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