Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina talks to a restaurant patron during a campaign stop at the Starboard Market in Clear Lake, Iowa, in August 2015. On Friday, Fiorina, who’s vying for the Republican presidential nomination, tweeted “Love My Alma Mater, but rooting for a Hawkeyes win today #RoseBowl.” Stanford crushed Iowa’s Hawkeyes, 45 to 16. The Twitterverse blew up, not only accusing her of pandering, but of jinxing Stanford. On Sunday, Fiorina, competing in Iowa’s February 1 first-in-the-nation caucus, said her tweet was not to be taken so seriously. Fiorina graduated from Stanford in 1976.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina talks to a restaurant patron during a campaign stop at the Starboard Market in Clear Lake, Iowa, in August 2015. On Friday, Fiorina, who’s vying for the Republican presidential nomination, tweeted “Love My Alma Mater, but rooting for a Hawkeyes win today #RoseBowl.” Stanford crushed Iowa’s Hawkeyes, 45 to 16. The Twitterverse blew up, not only accusing her of pandering, but of jinxing Stanford. On Sunday, Fiorina, competing in Iowa’s February 1 first-in-the-nation caucus, said her tweet was not to be taken so seriously. Fiorina graduated from Stanford in 1976. Charlie Riedel AP
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina talks to a restaurant patron during a campaign stop at the Starboard Market in Clear Lake, Iowa, in August 2015. On Friday, Fiorina, who’s vying for the Republican presidential nomination, tweeted “Love My Alma Mater, but rooting for a Hawkeyes win today #RoseBowl.” Stanford crushed Iowa’s Hawkeyes, 45 to 16. The Twitterverse blew up, not only accusing her of pandering, but of jinxing Stanford. On Sunday, Fiorina, competing in Iowa’s February 1 first-in-the-nation caucus, said her tweet was not to be taken so seriously. Fiorina graduated from Stanford in 1976. Charlie Riedel AP

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