Clinton Meets With N.H. Students To Discuss Education, Economy

Download Audio

Hillary Clinton is in New Hampshire this week for her first visit to the state since officially entering the 2016 presidential race.

The former secretary of state visited a community college in Concord Tuesday and spoke with students about education and the economy.

"We need to make being middle class mean something again," Clinton said.

She also talked about student loan burdens, sounding a bit like Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

"We've created these vicious circles of debt for our youngest citizens," she said.

This was the only public event on Clinton's schedule Tuesday, and it was highly choreographed, with only about two dozen guests on hand and no questions permitted from the press.

This segment aired on April 21, 2015.

Headshot of Asma Khalid

Asma Khalid Reporter
Asma Khalid formerly led WBUR's BostonomiX, a biz/tech team covering the innovation economy.



More from WBUR

Listen Live