Hillary Clinton pushes her experience in Iowa
Hillary Clinton is pushing her experience in Iowa after the most recent poll there showed her trailing just behind Barack Obama.
Questioning Obama's experience in foreign relations, Hillary rallied supporters at a campaign stop.
"Voters will judge whether living in a foreign country at the age of 10 prepares one to face the big, complex international challenges the next president will face," Clinton said during a campaign stop in Shenandoah, Iowa.
"I think we need a president with more experience than that," Clinton rallied.
Hillary also took the offensive this week saying she is the most experienced candidate to deal with the economy.
"There seems to be a pattern here. It takes a Clinton to clean up after a Bush," she said to applause.
If Hillary Clinton carries Iowa and New Hampshire, she may prove to be unstoppable for the Democratic nomination in 2008.