Carly Fiorina: Not accurate to say there wasn’t a warning about coronavirus
Former HP CEO Carly Fiorina discusses appropriately allocating and prioritizing the next round of coronavirus relief funding to small businesses and she also argues that there were four very substantial warnings about a global pandemic in 2019.
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Former HP CEO Carly Fiorina said on "Varney & Co" Wednesday that the government must prioritize relief spending for small businesses in the next coronavirus relief package.
Her comments came after the Senate passed a $484 billion aid package Tuesday, which includes an additional $310 billion in funding to replenish the tapped-out Paycheck Protection Program.
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"I think a great deal of the stimulus money needed to be spent, and I applaud Democrats and Republicans for coming together and getting the money out there," said Fiorina, who ran for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016. "What I've been critical is taxpayer bailouts of big companies."
Fiorina has been vocal in recent weeks about the large, public corporations that have received hundreds of millions of dollars in PPP funding as part of the Trump administration's first $2 trillion coronavirus relief package.