Clinton defends support from corporations

Hillary Clinton said the richest Americans should "pay their fair share" Saturday during the Democratic debate, brushing off criticism of her ties to major corporations.

David Muir, one of ABC's debate moderators, asked Clinton about a Fortune Magazine cover that said big business supported her during her unsuccessful 2008 run for president.

"Everybody should," Clinton responded jokingly.

"I want to be the president for the struggling, the striving and the successful," she said.