1. Fiorina has had it, officially. Since Wednesday, the Republican presidential candidate and former Hewlett-Packard CEO has taken to Twitter to express her discontent with ABC's decision to exclude her from its Saturday debate in New Hampshire.
  2. In a letter linked to her initial tweet, Fiorina called on the Republican National Committee, which controls the party's 2016 debate schedule, to intervene in the decision.
  3. "Networks are making up these debate rules as they go along — not to be able to fit candidates on the stage — but arbitrarily to decide which candidates make for the best TV in their opinion," Fiorina said in the letter.
  4. On that note, Fiorina highlighted how fellow Republican candidates who she either outperformed or tied in the Iowa Causeses—such as Govs. Chris Christie, Jeb Bush and John Kasich—received invitations to the debate.
  5. Using the hashtag #LetCarlyDebate, Fiorina garnered support from across the Twitterverse...
  6. including some Republican heavyweights.
  7. But on Thursday, ABC released its official debate lineup, solidifying Fiorina and former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore as the only remaining candidates not to receive a spot on the stage.
  8. According to ABC, candidates must have placed either in the top three in the Iowa Caucuses or the top six in ABC-recognized New Hampshire and national Republican polls in order to appear in the New Hampshire debate—requirements unmet by Fiorina (or Gilmore).
  9. Needless to say, Fiorina and her supporters didn't take the news well.
  10. The New Hampshire Republican presidential debate will take place on Feb. 6 at 8 p.m. ET.