Hillary Clinton has faced a tough crowd on her trip to Pakistan this week as civilians and interviewers voiced frustration and anger over the United States’ use of aerial drone attacks in the country. U.S. officials stand behind the strategy as an effective means of killing terrorist leaders, but an audience member during one of Clinton’s television appearances likened the practice to “executions without trial.” During an interview, Sana Bucha of Geo TV told Clinton: “It is not our war. It is your war... You had one 9/11. We are having daily 9/11s in Pakistan.” In response, Clinton avoided specific comment on the use of drones, explaining only that “there is a war going on” and focused her comments on U.S. hopes of a relationship with Pakistan in other areas such as trade and education. "I want to have the kind of relationship where we really are talking honestly about everything between us--because there's just too much at stake," she said.