Clinton: I don't need an interpreter for a Southern accent

Hillary Clinton didn't use her Southern twang on Capitol Hill Thursday, but wants you to know she can understand one.

During her testimony to the House Select Committee on Benghazi, Clinton told Rep. Lynn Westmoreland, R-Ga., that she did not need an "interpreter" in order to understand his Southern drawl. Westmoreland had just warned her about his accent.

"Madam secretary, I talk a little slower than everybody else, so ..." Westmoreland said kicking off his questioning.

"I lived in Arkansas a long time," Clinton said cutting him off. "I don't need an interpreter, congressman."