Hillary Clinton said she will remain focused on Iowa for another week, but "pivot" her campaign to New Hampshire, a state she says she is "fond" for once the Iowa Caucuses are over.
Speaking to New Hampshire reporters in a conference call Friday afternoon Clinton talked at length about American foreign policy toward Pakistan in the wake of the assassination of Benazir Bhutto.
She repeated her idea earlier in the day to have a international investigation of the killing and for President Bush to put pressure on Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf.
"President Bush gave [Musharraf] a blank check and he is using it," Clinton said in terms of not moving the country toward democracy or hunting down Osama bin Laden, who is suspected of being in the country.
While Clinton herself will not be in the state her husband will make stops tomorrow in Nashua, Dover, and Portsmouth.