Carly Fiorina made her 2016 presidential plans official Monday morning, announcing her candidacy on ABC’s "Good Morning America."
Actually, she first declared her candidacy via Twitter just minutes before making her television appearance, tweeting a link to the newly minted Carlyforpresident.com.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO joins a growing Republican primary field, with popular conservative neurosurgeon Ben Carson having thrown his hat into the ring just last night. Fiorina has billed herself as an experienced leader with an understanding of the economy and technology but also as something of a Republican answer to Hillary Clinton. She called the former secretary of state and current Democratic presidential hopeful "focused, empathetic to a certain degree, intelligent, hard working," but ultimately, "clearly not trustworthy."
Here's a look back at Carly Fiorina's career.