Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton rejected the front-runner label, but acknowledged increasing fire from rivals in both parties - which she said she will largely ignore.
"I'm well aware that my opponents on both sides are paying a lot more attention to me," Clinton said Saturday. "I'm reminded by some of my friends that when you get to be my age, having so many men paying attention to you is kind of flattering."
Clinton, who is about to turn 60, met with reporters after a campaign event in Des Moines.
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