Bill Clinton is like the aging rocker who has gone from playing baseball stadiums to barely filling night clubs.
Only about 100 people turned out to see Clinton in Salem, New Hampshire Wednesday as he campaigned for his wife.
The event, hosted in Hillary’s campaign’s office, was a stark contrast to Republican rival Donald Trump’s crowds.
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Clinton delivered a largely negative speech, attacking Republicans over the Benghazi investigation and their various plans to repair the damage created by the Obama administration.
WMUR reports Clinton “glossed over” Bernie Sanders’s current 27-point lead in the New Hampshire polls, calling it a “home field disadvantage.”
Clinton repeatedly called Hillary a “change maker.”