Chelsea Clinton says her mother has the experience the Oval Office needs.
“We fundamentally need a president who knows how to stand her ground, but knows how to find common ground,” the younger Clinton said.
Chelsea Clinton, now in her 30’s, the mother of an infant and expecting her second child this summer says being a mother has changed her perspective on politics.
She now says she considers things through the perspective of how it will affect her children in the future.
Clinton campaigned at an Overland Chelsea Clinton says her mother has the experience the Oval Office needs.
“We fundamentally need a president who knows how to stand her ground, but knows how find common ground, she said.
Clinton campaigned at an Overland Park Clinton campaign office this afternoon.
She urged a standing room only crowd of about 100 people who jammed into a small office to vote in the Kansas caucus coming up on March 5.
The Missouri presidential primary is also in March on the 15th.
Clinton also attended a fundraiser in mid-afternoon.
The Clinton Kansas City office opened Wednesday evening.
Hillary Clinton is in an unexpectedly tough fight with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
At her Overland Park office, some of her supporters did not seem too worried.
“The voices on the progressive left haven’t had as much of a voice as they want. When push comes to shove, the progressive left knows Hillary can deliver,” said one supporter.
Chelsea Clinton did not criticize Sanders directly today during her appearance.
She did say that her mother was also concerned about the impact on politics of large corporate donations.
She says the Citizen’s United Supreme Court case, which lifted restrictions on money from large companies, labor unions and some others, was aimed in part, at defeating her mother.
“So it’s hard to argue doesn’t have an interest in getting deregulated, unaccountable money out of politics—certainly having been on the receiving end of it,” she said.