Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina continued her three day swing through the Palmetto State with town hall at the Citadel.
Fiorina spoke and took questions from a crowd of about 200. The GOP hopeful talked on veterans’ issues national security, simplifying the tax code. “The most pressing national security issue is ISIS – we must deny them territory we must defeat them in the lead in the world,” said Fiorina.
The forum was held at the citadel alumni Association building was put on by the Concerned Veterans for America. The group’s CEO says this was their eighth candidate town hall for the 2016 presidential race. “We really as an organization want to press them and find out hey do you really believe and how would you advance some of these important reforms,” said Pete Hegseth, who also a is veteran.
Fiorina concludes her time in South Carolina with an event in North Charleston Wednesday.