In a swing through New Hampshire, Carly Fiorina is laying out specifics ideas for how the United States should deal with Russian aggression. They include conducting military exercises in the Baltic states and rebuilding a missile defense system in Poland.
Fiorina, the only female Republican considering a presidential bid, is trying to use her experience as the former leader of an international company to bolster her foreign policy credentials. She ran Hewlett-Packard for nearly six years but was forced out in 2005.
She often says she has met more world leaders than any other potential White House candidate except Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton. Fiorina has never held elected office.
She is putting her chance of running a presidential bid at 98 percent.