Hillary Clinton's 1st Iowa Campaign Trip Sheds Light on Approach

ABC News' Jon Karl reports the latest news from the 2016 presidential campaign trail.
1:47 | 04/15/15

Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}}

Coming up next:

{{nextVideo.title}}

{{nextVideo.description}}

Skip to this video now

Now Playing:

{{currentVideo.title}}

Comments
Related Extras
Related Videos
Video Transcript
Transcript for Hillary Clinton's 1st Iowa Campaign Trip Sheds Light on Approach
Action on the White House trail Hillary Clinton talks Iowa voters for the first time and Chris Christie. Oven to rev up his campaign with a major speech on Social Security in New Hampshire Austrian Jon Karl. For that and Hillary Clinton may be the most famous person in the world which means pretty hard to go small and Iowa. That sure is the case George. She's trying to you that you know yesterday issuing to a coffee shop and had a small round table with a group of folks at a community college in Iowa. But George take a look at this photograph of her events in Iowa to community college. There you see it be pulled back she is entirely surrounded. By cameras and by people's hardly a a small stage is very hard. To be small and intimate when your name is Hillary Clinton running for president is and is also a new report that she'd been asked about that personal email server by congressional committee about two years ago. That's right this was an official inquiry from the US congress from the Government Reform Committee in the house they asked her specifically if she ever used. Personal email to conduct official business. They never got an answer from Hillary Clinton to that question and he never got an answer from the State Department to that question. Meanwhile Chris Christie has been lagging in the polls meanwhile Hillary Clinton says her major policy teachers are gonna come later. He give a big win in New Hampshire yesterday calling for major reforms in Social Security. Yet this is a very unusual way to start a campaign of Chris Christie is not an official candidate yet he is way down from where he was in the polls. But he is coming out with a major entitlement reform plan that calls for cuts to Social Security of raising the eligibility age to 69. Phasing out benefits for people who make over 80000 dollars a year and a fact George eliminating Social Security benefits. For anybody who makes over 200000 dollars a year big contrast Democrats now calling for increases in socially it's Jon Karl thanks very much.

This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.

{"duration":"1:47","description":"ABC News' Jon Karl reports the latest news from the 2016 presidential campaign trail.","mediaType":"default","section":"ABCNews/GMA","id":"30330774","title":"Hillary Clinton's 1st Iowa Campaign Trip Sheds Light on Approach","url":"/GMA/video/hillary-clinton-2016-presidential-camgpaing-1st-iowa-campaign-30330774"}