Former Hewlett-Packard CEO and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina had strong criticism for Hillary Clinton on "Fox News Sunday" today.

"It is entirely legitimate when someone is running for the presidency of the United States to ask whether they are being transparent, whether they are trustworthy, whether they have a track record of leadership," Fiorina said.

"Hillary Clinton has demonstrated over and over again that she is not transparent. Her leadership as Secretary of State has left us in grave danger around the world," Fiorina asserted. "These are entirely legitimate questions, and they are questions I would ask her on the general debate stage."

Fiorina added that she sees Hillary and Bill Clinton as the personification of the "professional political class" that is more concerned with preserving power and privilege than doing the people’s business.

"We need to defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016 and then we need someone in the Oval Office who can actually do the job."

Watch more in the "Fox News Sunday" interview above.

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