WASHINGTON (AP) -- Fresh off a victory in Pennsylvania's primary, Hillary Rodham Clinton argues she's the better Democratic candidate to take on Republican John McCain in November.
In a round of morning television interviews, Clinton said wins in states like Pennsylvania and Ohio put her in better position than rival Barack Obama.
She told CNN, "if you can't win the states we have to win in the fall maybe that says something about your general election appeal."
Last night, after her 10-point win over Obama, Clinton told supporters "the tide is turning."
North Carolina and Indiana vote in two weeks. Obama is favored in North Carolina and the race in Indiana is expected to be close. Some Clinton aides say Indiana will be another must-win situation for her.