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Carly Fiorina said in Tuesday night's debate that, if elected as the next commander in chief, she would bring back the "warrior class" of celebrated generals who left the military because they provided intelligence that contradicted President Obama's view of the war.

"Every single one of these generals I know, every one was retired early because they told President Obama things that he didn't want to hear," Fiorina said during CNN's prime-time debate in Las Vegas, listing retired Gens. David Petraeus, Stanley McChrystal, James Mattis, Jack Keane and retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn.

The problem is that four out of the five don't match Fiorina's description.

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