In her questioning of General David Petraeus at the Senate Armed Services Committee this week, Democratic Presidential Candidate Sen. Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonHouse Judiciary Committee subpoenas FBI agent who sent anti-Trump texts Clapper: Trump was serious when he said he wants citizens to act like North Koreans do for Kim Hillary Clinton: Fundamental rights are 'under assault like never before' MORE (D-N.Y.) expressed skepticism of the President's new plan for Iraq.

Clinton said the Iraqi government must step up their efforts to improve the situation on the ground.

"So I, very sincerely, but whole-heartedly disagree with those who are trying to once again up the rhetoric about our position in Iraq instead of taking a hard look about what will actually, on the ground, change the behavior and actions of this Iraqi government," she said.

Additionally, she asked the General to "do everything you can to get additional security" for American troops.

For those of you who didn't see it, Clinton laid out her Iraq legislation in the following January 17th press conference. She calls our priorities in the region “upside down,