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During an interview on Special Report, Bret Baier pressed Hillary Clinton to explain what exactly she would do differently than President Obama on the economy.

Clinton responded by first defending Obama's record on the economy, saying that "76 months of job creation is a good start."

“Well it’s just not different. What specifically would you do differently than the Obama administration?” Baier asked again.

Clinton talked about the need for a "big infrastructure plan," then said she wanted to help bring back manufacturing jobs and combat climate change.

"So I have a specific set of proposals that I think would make a big difference," she said.

“...That will be different than the Obama administration,” Baier said, before switching to the next topic.

Watch the full interview above.

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