Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina discussed Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's controversial immigration comments on "Hannity" tonight.

Fiorina told Sean Hannity that she doesn't think condemning a "whole group of people" helps to solve the illegal immigration problem.  

"I’ve been far more specific than Donald Trump about the need to secure the border, about how I would fix the legal immigration system," Fiorina stated. "I’ve been very specific about how I would deal with those who have come here illegally and stayed here illegally."

Fiorina said that in all of our "political processes we need less rhetoric and more results."

She also told Hannity that she thinks Clinton is living in her own world and that her foundation of leadership is not "solid." 

Fiorina called on Clinton to start answering questions that she has long avoided. 

Watch the "Hannity" video above. 

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