Clinton is highlighting the fact she was under attack at Tuesday's debate.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - New York Sen. Hillary Clinton released a new Web video Wednesday slamming her rivals for Democratic presidential nomination accusing them of participating in "politics of pile-on" following the latest Democratic National Committee debate.
"I seemed to be the topic of great conversation and consternation," she said in the video. "And that's for a reason."
The video starts with a montage of the six other Democratic hopefuls saying Clinton's name repeatedly during a debate on Tuesday night. The candidates went after her for her initial vote to authorize the war in Iraq and a recent decision to label Iran's Revolutionary Guard a terrorist organization.
In a press release, Clinton's campaign said Illinois Sen. Barack Obama and former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards "undermined the central premises of their own candidacies" and said their tactics show that they are "desperate to gain traction in the polls."
–CNN Associate Producer Lauren Kornreich