A New Hampshire businesswoman opened up a Hillary Clinton event Tuesday night with a stinging six-word criticism of President Barack Obama.

“Unlike Obama, Hillary respects rural America,” Kathleen Kelley told the Berlin crowd, according to CNN reporter Dan Merica.

Merica later reported that Clinton didn’t appear to share Kelley’s view.

Clinton spent the day campaigning in the state, which votes on Feb. 20. Earlier, the Democratic frontrunner held a townhall in Portsmouth where she expressed how “important” the decision New Hampshire makes is.

“I’ve had a great time travelling across the state, meeting, by now, thousands and thousands of people, having a chance to set forth my ideas, and to answer questions on whatever might be on someone’s mind. And I know that we are going to make the right decision,” she said.

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