AMHERST, N.H. (AP) — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as secretary of state left many parts of the world more "messed up" than they were before she became America's top diplomat.
The Republican second-term governor lashed out at the leading Democrat as he campaigned in New Hampshire on Thursday. Walker formally entered the 2016 presidential contest on Monday.
He has limited foreign policy experience, but says he has a better history of accomplishments than Clinton. He said that as secretary of state, Clinton mainly accumulated frequent flyer miles.
Walker calls Clinton a "candidate from the past" who "embodies everything that's wrong with Washington."