Clinton: Everybody will watch how Ohio votes

Posted at 3:40 PM, Mar 12, 2016
and last updated 2016-03-12 18:25:39-05

CINCINNATI -- During a rally in Cincinnati Saturday, Bill Clinton said he is worried about the state of the Republican party and said chaos and anger "has been building up for some time."

Clinton met with supporters of wife and Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton at the Underground Railroad Freedom Center Saturday morning.

The event was not Clinton's first in the Queen City this election season; however, the tone was quite different.

Clinton denounced Republican front-runner Donald Trump -- who was also in town Saturday -- for unruly protests that led his staff to cancel a rally in Chicago the night before.

"I'm worried about what I saw in Chicago last night," Clinton said. "I'm worried about the tone of the debates on the other side."

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley introduced Clinton at the event Saturday morning.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich was also in Hamilton County -- at the Sharonville Convention Center -- Saturday morning.

Nine of 10 polls show Hillary Clinton topping Bernie Sanders in the Ohio primary on Tuesday.

"Everybody is going to be watching to see how Ohio votes," Clinton said.