Carly Fiorina is now polling ahead of Hillary Clinton in Iowa so naturally, the liberal media has sharpened its claws for new attacks on her.

The Washington Post recently filed this report:

Carly Fiorina’s first political campaign had a surprising problem: Money

Famed California pollster Joe Shumate was found dead in his home one month before Election Day 2010, surrounded by sheets of polling data he labored over for the flailing Senate bid of Carly Fiorina.

Upon his death, Fiorina praised Shumate as “the heart and soul” of her team. She issued a news release praising him as a person who believed in “investing in those he worked with” and offering her “sincerest condolences” to his widow.

But records show there was something that Fiorina did not offer his widow: Shumate’s last paycheck, for at least $30,000. It was one of more than 30 invoices, totaling about $500,000, that the multimil­lionaire didn’t settle — even as Fiorina reimbursed herself nearly $1.3 million she lent the campaign.

MSNBC picked up that report and ran with it, digging up what they thought was new dirt in the process.

Fiorina appeared on the Kelly File last night and dispelled these attacks, pointing out that the Washington Post never went after Hillary Clinton for a much larger amount of campaign debt.

Here are a few recent tweets from Fiorina:

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