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Democratic presidential hopeful sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., the panel is still more reports that you miss employee is to work in your Senate office, including claims that she tried to torpedo a departing employee’s future career opportunities — denies an assertion of the senator.
Klobuchar, who announced their presidential ambitions earlier this month, by the claims of the mistreatment of their employees. On Friday, The New York Times reported on a bizarre accusation, you would be insulted if the staff to bring you a fork with your salad. She’s supposed to be chastened, the aide, and then she ate the salad with a comb, before he was the aide-de-camp to clean the comb.
AMY KLOBUCHAR ALLEGEDLY EMPLOYEE ORDERED TO CLEAN IT, COMB IT, AFTER YOU USED IT TO EAT A SALAD OR SOMETHING
It was part of a list of incidents, the aide-de-camp described as “not just challenging, but often inhumane.”
HuffPost, citing several Capitol Hill employees and former Klobuchar staff, reported on Friday that Klobuchar is “known” for calling potential employers and download job travel opportunities for their departing employees. Contains at least one opportunity within the Obama Treasury Department, according to the outlet.
Klobuchar’s office denied the claims, telling the outlet: “This is completely wrong. The senator has never criticized your employees to potential employees.”
In one example, HuffPost reported that Klobuchar faced a fellow Democrat, and told them you wanted to cancelled the offer. The Democrats ignored them and the employee joined your team.
Former employees told the outlet that tries to fear you, to kill you, a job offer was so well known that the culture was in office, to treat, to offer a job, “as a state secret.”
Klobuchar was met by a flood of accusations in outlets such as The times, HuffPost and Buzzfeed, including that their behavior was so well known, that the Senate minority leader at that time, Harry Reid, D-Nev., you said, you change your behavior.
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In an interview with Fox News’ Bret Baier last week, though, Klobuchar said she spoke with Reid, “he doesn’t remember that and I can’t remember that either.”
But according to a Buzzfeed News report, a number of staff said Klobuchar routinely sent late-night E-Mails, and insulted subordinates about small details and missteps. The report also said, “an aide was accidentally with a flying tie, according to someone who saw it happen, though, the staffer said that the senator did not intend to hit anyone with the binder, if you threw it.”
When asked about the report, threw it in a binder, she did not flat-out deny.
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“I don’t know, it’s all anonymous. I will say that I said proud of our employees,” Klobuchar on Fox News last week. “And Yes, I can be a more difficult boss, the people and the press — that is obvious. But that’s because I have high expectations of me, I have high expectations of those who work for me, and I have a high expectation for our country. My boss, the employee has worked for me for six years, my Manager for seven years, my campaign manager for 14 years.”
A binder asked explicitly whether they had thrown on someone, Klobuchar replied: “If you look at the story, I think you’ll see it says something about me throwing the binder down-not to anyone,” Klobuchar said. “I only know that I should be judged, and I’m responsible for everything that happens on this campaign.”
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.