"My golden parachute from HP was over $20 million, which is a great deal considering I laid off something like 30,000 workers and was in charge when the company's stock tanked more than 40%," stated a smiling Fiorina, who had bounced at least fifty checks and borrowed money from dozens of staffers without paying them back just in September.
Carly Fiorina speaking at the 2015 CPAC in Maryland in February 2015.
(Photo: Gage Skidmore)
Fiorina added, "After I am elected president, just imagine what I am going to have to do to be impeached and get my golden parachute from the government. It's going to cost a lot of jobs and money, and I'll insist on the USS Ronald Reagan if they want me to go quietly. I know some people who would totally buy that thing."
"Mrs. Fiorina seems to miss the point that you can be a horrible executive and still cash-in because people want you to leave before you do any more damage. That seems to be her thing. Well, that and not paying her bills or picking up the phone," replied Marcus Nichols, CEO of "Where's My Money?" collection agency.
TNA was informed Fiorina had contracted with an independent appraisal company from China to board the USS Ronald Reagan and tell her how much it was worth.
Estimates placed the value of the supercarrier at $4 billion minimum, which would make the USS Ronald Reagan Fiorina's largest golden parachute by far.