Hillary Clinton says she'd beat Bill if she ran against him

Hillary Clinton is back in South California this week for the fifth time since announcing she'd run for president back in April. She made one of her last stops at Jimmy Kimmel's show in Hollywood Wednesday.

"She just seemed so down to earth...presidential. Just exactly who I thought she'd be," said Hillary supported Cyndy Zelman.

About 200 people packed El Capitan on Hollywood Boulevard, including Courtney Facciponte. She said she wasn't a Clinton fan but warmed up to her during the taping.

"I'm definitely more of a Trump and Carson fan. But I thought she was funny. She did a great job and I was more impressed with her," said Facciponte.

Clinton kicked off her L.A. trip Wednesday with a fundraiser at pop star's Christina Aguilara's home. Donors reportedly raised more than a million dollars during the event.

Wednesday morning, she attended a sold out breakfast hosted by Rob and Michele Reiner.

She then attended a lunch in Hancock Park at NBC Universal exec Joe Waz's home where L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti made an appearance.

Kimmel audience members didn't have to fork up hundreds, even thousands to see Clinton.

Audience members said the highlight was when Clinton and Kimmel talked about her husband, Bill.

"They discussed what they should call Bill if he's in the White House. So they said first man...first gentleman, so that was pretty funny. She said if she ran against him, she would win," said Facciponte.

Clinton's next fundraising stop is in Napa County.
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