MANCHESTER, N.H. -- On the opening night of the World Series, former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright spent the night discussing how Hillary Clinton would "restore America's place in the world" if elected president.
"The world is ready for a different face from America," the former Clinton cabinet member told a crowd of 200 people.
Albright said that as first lady, "Hillary was America's best ambassador."
Albright also told the audience that Clinton is "a supportive friend" and when Albright would receive bad press, Hillary would call her and say "get over this."
Albright's talk was entirely focused on foreign policy, she took time to tell the predominately New Hampshire crowd that Granite State voters are "one of the most truly sophisticated and educated audiences."
Though contenting with Game 1 of the World Series, the audience had a sizeable student presence.
Ryan Ollis, a senior politics major, said he decided to come to the talk because "It's only Game One of the series and it's an opportunity I may never have again."