When the second GOP presidential candidate debate is broadcast on Wednesday night, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton says she’ll be watching.
At the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls Monday afternoon she told an audience of about 500 that when she saw the first debate on Fox News, she found it entertaining. She says there’s not much difference between the 16 Republican candidates.
“Their flamboyant front runner has grabbed a lot of attention lately, but if you look at the policies of all them running, they’re pretty much the same," Clinton says. "They’re Trump just without the pizzaz and the hair.”
Clinton has lost her front runner status in Iowa to Bernie Sanders in the most recent Quinnipiac University poll. She says she’s not worried because it’s “ebb and flow of the campaign.” She says she’ll be able to draw contrasts between herself and the others when the Democrats debate.