Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton shifts her focus toward the Republicans, chastising their in-fighting and the party's view on the economy ahead of the Super Tuesday elections. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
STORY: Democratic-front-runner Hillary Clinton on Monday campaigned for votes ahead of the state's Tuesday primary promising support for the middle class and an alternative to Republican bickering. Riding high after a landslide victory in Saturday's South Carolina primary, Clinton has set sights on a possible face-off in the November, 8 presidential election with Donald Trump, the favorite for the Republican nomination. But if Clinton and Trump win big on Super Tuesday as opinion polls suggest, the chance of a general election match-up between them increases, adding another twist to a presidential campaign that has defied convention as U.S. voters vent frustration over economic uncertainty, illegal immigration and national security threats. Some Clinton backers, emboldened by the heightened chance of a Trump nomination, have reaffirmed their support for the former secretary of state, saying that it is she, not Sanders, who is best equipped to take down Trump in a head-to-head showdown in November.