A group of Iowa Democrats sat down with Bloomberg to discuss Hillary Clinton's presidential candidacy and why they will support her. 

But when asked to name some of Clinton's accomplishments during her four years as secretary of state, they could not name anything. 

Mark Halperin asked, "what did she accomplish that you consider significant as secretary of state?"

"I really can't name anything off the top of my head," one man answered.

Another Clinton supporter responded with a long pause and had no answer either.

Overall, the panel conceded that Clinton is not the perfect candidate, but they see her as the Democrats' best chance to retain the White House. 

Republican presidential candidate Gov. Mike Huckabee responded on "Fox and Friends" this morning, saying eventually Clinton is going to have to come out of hiding and explain her positions.

"Hillary is in a leading position because of her celebrity, not because of her accomplishments ... At some point, she's got to come out from under the bed where she's been hiding and curling up in a fetal position, afraid to face the press and really hard questions. She's gonna have to answer for some things and that's gonna be tough. It's gonna be a game-changer," said Huckabee. 

He also explained his decision to skip this summer's Iowa straw poll. Jeb Bush has also said he will not participate. 

Huckabee, the winner of the Iowa caucuses in 2008, said that straw polls are ultimately "meaningless," and that he wants to focus more resources on winning the Iowa caucuses.

"My goal is winning the caucuses, so we decided to put our resources toward that and skip the straw poll. It’s not that we’re skipping Iowa, in fact we’re playing harder than ever there," he said. 

Watch his full interview above to also hear his reaction to Sen. Rand Paul's filibuster of the Patriot Act.