Huckabee, Fiorina Respond to Hillary Clinton’s ‘Hard Choices’ Book

Washington, DC

GOP candidates are jabbing back as Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton trolls the GOP field by sending them copies of her book “Hard Choices,” which sketches out her tenure as Secretary of State.

GOP presidential candidate Gov. Mike Huckabee posted on Twitter his response:

Carly Fiorina – who has been critical of Clinton’s lack of accomplishments, despite her numerous flights around the world, responded by saying  “Sending a book isn’t an accomplishment. It’s an activity.”

Clinton used ABC to tout her decision to send her book to the GOP candidates.

“You know I hear the Republicans talking from time to time in their debates and elsewhere and they say things like ‘Oh, I don’t know what she accomplished as secretary of state, she didn’t accomplish anything,'” she told ABC News “I listened to that for a while and then I thought you know maybe they just don’t know,” Clinton said Tuesday at an organizing event at an outdoor strawberry farm in Muscatine, Iowa. “So I have now sent each of them a copy of my book, ‘Hard Choices,’ about what we did during those four years.”


Ben Carson’s campaign manager Barry Bennett has a message for Clinton:

“We wondered what she was going to do with all of those unsold copies. But after skimming the book it is now clear that dismal sales were caused by not properly classifying the book as fiction.”


GOP presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul’s campaign told Breitbart News Paul responded to Clinton’s action by signing “the book with his own inscription and we are now offering it up for sale, through an auction. You also get a signed copy of Senator Paul’s most recent book too.”

Paul’s spokesperson Sergio Gor said, “Senator Rand Paul is a big fan of fiction. Hard Choices is a great example of revisionist history. We encourage everyone to bid and get their own copy now!”