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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Republican presidential hopefuls gathered in Iowa are taking jabs at Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton for not fielding more questions from the press.
Former business executive Carly Fiorina says that if Clinton is going to run for president, "she is going to have to answer some questions."
Fiorina spoke at a dinner hosted by the Iowa Republican Party that drew about 1,300 people Saturday. Also chiming in was Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, who joked about whether Clinton "ever takes any questions."
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush took a similar approach earlier in the day, saying he has answered hundreds of questions compared to Clinton, who has taken just a handful.
The former secretary of state is making a second campaign visit to Iowa on Monday.
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