Bill Clinton was back in New Hampshire for a second time, campaigning for his wife and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, NBC News reported.
Clinton pushed his wife’s plans for the economy, infrastructure, clean energy, climate change and affordable college. His speech also focused heavily on his wife’s accomplishments — from her time as first lady of Arkansas to her term as secretary of state.
Speaking to the few hundred gathered at Keene State College, he spoke about the 11-hour Benghazi hearing, saying it proved “she can stand her ground.”
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Clinton’s first trip back to New Hampshire was last week. His arrival comes as Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers are taking a hit both in early states and in recent nation-wide numbers.