On "Fox News Sunday," Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina weighed in on the latest revelations in Hillary Clinton's email scandal and the controversial Planned Parenthood videos.

Fiorina said that it's "absolutely crystal clear" that Clinton broke the rules and that she's trying cover it up.

She pointed out that Clinton had a "server in her basement" for years, then decided to "wipe it clean" two years after leaving the State Department and before her presidential run.

Fiorina also said the Planned Parenthood controversy has "nothing to do with whether you are pro-choice or pro-life" and that it has to do with the 'moral foundation of our nation."

Watch the full segment from "Fox News Sunday" above.

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