Hillary Rodham Clinton, apparently trying to deflect the embarrassing fuss over her exaggerated account of a trip to Bosnia 12 years ago, told reporters at a Democratic presidential campaign stop that she would have left the church that rival Barack Obama attends over critical remarks his pastor made about America. Clinton's comments Tuesday marked a clear shift in her handling of the Obama church controversy, which she had generally avoided until now. Some Democrats see Obama's refusal to dissociate himself from the Chicago church and its recently retired minister, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, as his stickiest campaign challenge so far. "I think that given all we have heard and seen, he would not have been my pastor," Clinton said at the Greensburg, Pennsylvania, press conference. She was responding to a question about whether she felt Obama should have left the Chicago church. She declined to say what Obama should have done.