Fiorina Explains How She Would Deal with 'Unholy Alliance' in Middle East
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina appeared on "Hannity" tonight to react to Russia's bombing campaign inside the war-torn country of Syria and to explain how the U.S. should respond to this type of Russian aggression.
"Syria and Russia, who have had a longstanding relationship, Iran and Iraq are forming an unholy alliance," Fiorina said. "Russia’s intentions are to shore up and stabilize the Assad regime. ISIS is sort of a camouflage."
Fiorina said there is no doubt that Russia will be conducting airstrikes against anti-Assad rebels. Whether or not they happen to strike a few ISIS folks as well has yet to be determined, she added.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO said the U.S. should establish a no-fly zone around anti-Assad rebels, who are supposed to be supported by the U.S.
"We must make it crystal clear to Russia, they do not get to move into the Middle East and become the dominant outside power, which is clearly their intention," Fiorina said.
She added that she would also work more closely with the Turks, the Kurds and our Sunni Arab allies, who view these recent developments with great alarm.
Watch the "Hannity" interview above.
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