This morning, Hillary Clinton appeared on CBS’s Face the Nation. In her 10-minute interview with host John Dickerson, Clinton was asked about the upcoming primaries in New Hampshire and Iowa, two races that are close between her and chief rival, Bernie Sanders.
She was also asked about a string of personal attacks that have been directed and her and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. In the past she had vowed to not respond to these attacks, but today she said, “If he wants to engage in personal attacks from the past, that is his prerogative. You know, so be it. There are very clear distinctions. He can say whatever he wants about me. Let the voters judge that. But I am not going to let him or any of the other Republicans rip away the progress that we have. It has been too hard fought for. And I am going to stand up and make it clear there is a huge difference between us.” A video of the full interview is above.
News Source: CNN