Another candidate officially has entered the race for the Republican nomination for president. Earlier this morning, former HP executive Carly Fiorina told ABC's Good Morning America she's in. Here's the announcement:

Fiorina called herself the best person for the job because of her business experience and experience in technology:

“I have a lot of admiration for Hillary Clinton, but she is not trustworthy, she has not been transparent about a whole set of things that matter. She wasn’t transparent about Benghazi. Just the opposite, she peddled a fiction about it for a month. She hasn’t been transparent about her server and emails. Now we see all these foreign government donations to the Clinton Global Initiative at a time when she was secretary of state, at a time when she said she would disclose. All of those things get to trustworthiness.”

Last month Fiorina joined WROK's Hugh Hewitt for a lengthy interview that spanned many topics. You can find the highlights here or the full audio and transcript here.

Fiorina might not be alone in entering the race this week. Reports indicate Dr. Ben Carson and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee are ready to launch their campaigns as well.

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