James Rosen reported on "The Kelly File" tonight that something was a little different about Hillary Clinton's voice today during her campaign stop in South Carolina. 

The former first lady put on her "patented southern accent" as soon as she returned to Dixieland, Rosen said. 

"That fickle and elusive creature that only surfaces in select settings to raise its proud head once more," he stated. "Maybe the trigger was the purportedly unscheduled stop at Kiki's Chicken and Waffles in a strip mall outside of downtown Columbia, South Carolina."

Rosen added that the Democratic presidential candidate was also "careening accent-wise," to a group of Democratic women in the state. 

He noted that Clinton lost the state to Barack Obama in 2008 by nearly 30 points.

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