Clinton Says She'd Use Her Husband To Patch America's Image

Marshalltown, Iowa (AP) -- Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton says if elected President, she'll put her husband on the road.

At a town hall-style meeting in Marshalltown, Iowa, Clinton said she can't think of a better cheerleader for America than her husband. She thinks he'd make a good roaming ambassador.

Senator Clinton praised the Former President's diplomatic efforts since leaving office, including raising money for tsunami victims. She says he's told her he'll do anything she asks.

Senator Clinton says the country needs someone to "get people around the world feeling better about our country." She says, "right now they're rooting against us."

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