While campaiging in New Hampshire on Friday afternoon, Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina did not correct a local man who called President Obama a "black Muslim." Fiorina agreed with the unidentified man that Obama acts like a "dictator," especially in light of his outright rejection of the Keystone XL oil pipeline's construction. “He doesn’t want this country to get ahead,” the man said to Fiorina. "He doesn’t. He’s a Muslim. He’s a black Muslim." Her response: “Well, uh, it’s time to do something different in many ways." In the past, Fiorina has been one of the few Republican candidates to express dismay at other candidates' negative comments about Muslims, and has chastised a supporter who said Muslim-Americans should "take [their] camels and beat it."