Bachmann slams Hillary Clinton at CPAC

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NEW YORK (PIX 11)– One Republican leader is speaking out about a potential Hillary Clinton run for President.

Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann took to the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference Saturday afternoon to slam the former New York Senator.

Annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Held In D.C.

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann speaks at CPAC (Getty Images)

“The other party talks a lot about nominating a woman in 2016, and that’s fine. But she’s going to have a lot of tough questions that she’s going to have to answer,” she told the conference.

Bachmann took Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State to task, especially her handling of the 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

“We will have a woman for President — just the right one,” Bachmann said.

Hillary Clinton has to wear thick glasses because of concussion

Clinton has not said she plans to run in 2016

Despite being the leader in many polls for the 2016 race, the former First Lady has yet to indicate that she plans to run for the Democratic nomination.

Bachmann also talked about the new goals for the GOP, including winning the 2014 midterm elections and taking over the Senate.

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