WASHINGTON (NBC News) – With just four weeks until the Iowa caucus, Hillary Clinton promised Iowans Monday that she’d run the economy like her husband did in the 1990s.
“23 million new jobs. Incomes went up for everybody, not just at the top,” Clinton said. “Middle class folks, working people, poor people.”
Bill Clinton, meanwhile, made his first campaign appearance, saying no candidate is better qualified than Hillary during a rally in New Hampshire.
Ted Cruz, still leading leading in Iowa GOP polling, will spend all week there. “Conservatives are coming together and we are uniting and if conservatives unite we win,” Cruz told supporters.
Donald Trump, without airing any commercials, holds the lead in every state’s poll except Iowa’s. He airs his first TV ad in that state on Tuesday.
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