Hillary Clinton ‘Putting the White House on Notice’ About Keystone Pipeline

The democratic presidential candidate has so far refused to take a stance.

Clinton, of course, did not give a direct answer -– and her position is still unknown. However, this is the farthest she has gone yet to suggest that she might bypass the President and take a stance.

(While campaigning in New Hampshire in July, Clinton told a voter, who asked for her position, this: "If it is undecided when I become president, I will answer your question.”)

Clinton has come under fire by environmentalists for not taking any stance at all on the Keystone pipeline, which she repeatedly has said she will not do as a candidate due to her past role as secretary of state.

Clinton's decision to take a position on the pipeline could be a sign that things are heating up in the race.

Sanders is leading Clinton by 9 points in New Hampshire according to a recent NBC News/Marist poll.

Clinton is currently in New Hampshire for a three-day campaign swing.

“It may be entertaining for some,” she said, “But it is not going to be good for America.”