ABC News' Kate Snow and Matt Stuart Report: Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has a new ad in New Hampshire attacking Democratic rival Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., suggesting she doesn't have the experience to be President.
"She has never run anything," Romney says of Sen. Clinton in the ad titled "Experience Matters." "And the idea that she could learn to be President as an internship just doesn't make any sense."
"I've spent my life running things," Romney says in the ad, arguing that his own experiences in business and the Olympics are relevant to his White House run. "I've learned how to run a business."
Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson responded, calling Romney an "experienced flip-flopper" and saying that Clinton is a "two-term senator who has represented the United States in 82 countries around the world."
The ad, which draws largely on Romney's stump speech, begins airing Friday in New Hampshire.