Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton outlined her economic agenda on Monday in a speech that featured several attacks on Wall Street and calls for corporate tax reform.

Less than an hour after the former secretary of state concluded her remarks, GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina emerged with an impassioned response.

"[Hillary Clinton's] speech proved two things to me: She is a card-carrying member of the professional political class and she doesn't understand how the economy works," Fiorina said in a short video posted on her Facebook page.

The former Hewlett-Packard CEO described Clinton's speech as a "bundle of contradictions [and] a litany of progressive prescriptions."

Fiorina, who is in favor of abolishing the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act, pointed to Clinton's desire to expand the financial-reform law as one example of glaring contradiction.

"She talked about going beyond — even further — on Dodd-Frank and then talked about trying strengthen the community banking system even though Dodd-Frank has already destroyed hundreds, if not thousands, of community banks," Fiorina said.

The only woman in the GOP field, who has been described as a "major thorn in Hillary's side," also criticized Clinton's intention to rework and build on Obamacare if elected.

"She talked about going beyond the Affordable Care Act ... even though it is crystal clear that the ACA is raising healthcare costs and insurance premiums," Fiorina said.

"Everything [Clinton] proposed will make crony capitalism worse, not better," she added. "Not once in this speech did she mention the ineptitude or corruption or the size, power, and complexity of the federal government."

What are my thoughts on Hillary Clinton's speech this morning?Posted by Carly Fiorina on Monday, July 13, 2015