Fiery Fiorina: Obama Gets 'Fired Up' When Attacking GOP, But Not About ISIS
Carly Fiorina criticized President Obama this morning for an "outrageous" attack on Republicans on the issue of Syrian refugees coming to the U.S.
Republicans argue that the vetting process for Syrian refugees is not adequate at this time. But Obama, in remarks this morning from Manila, chided the GOP for being "scared of widows and orphans" and going against the American tradition of "compassion."
The Republican presidential candidate said on "America's Newsroom" that the president spoke "in a way that is beneath his office" and accused him of putting politics before national security.
"It is outrageous that a sitting president -- immediately following a terrorist attack, where we know that ISIS is attempting to plan attacks here in the U.S. -- would use his time to attack Republicans," Fiorina said.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO also said Obama "thinks Republicans are his enemies," labeling him a "politician, not a leader."
Fiorina said that Obama always seems to get more "fired up" when he's attacking Republicans, instead of being fired up about ISIS and a "strategy to defeat them."
Watch the full interview above.