in the vicinityVideo2020 presidential candidate Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN): What you need to know
What do you know about 2020 presidential candidate Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), from your guidelines of what you need to overcome, as the election season approaches.
2020 presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., saw a couple of viral moments during a televised town hall on Monday evening.
The first one is called what critics and analysts, “please clap” moment. Klobuchar was bragging about in each of your elections, they won every constituency in the state, including the former Republic of Michele Bachmann, a Republican.
After the audience not to react to your victories, Klobuchar gave them permission to be happy.
“It is, if you cheer to the boys, okay?” Klobuchar said with a grin, which prompted applause and some laughs.
Many have created on social media, the comparisons to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who famously told a town hall crowd to “please clap” on the election campaign in the election of 2016.
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Later, Minnesota Democrat, had an unpleasant encounter with a CNN anchor, and the city hall-host Chris Cuomo.
During the discussion, such as climate change, with the rural voters, Klobuchar stressed how important it was, and said Cuomo, she wanted to finish her thought before he interrupted.
Then, however, felt a little creeped out by Cuomo’s presence.
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“I feel them crawling over my shoulder,” Klobuchar, the CNN anchor said. She jokingly clarified, “in a Trumpian sort of way.”
Klobuchar was referring to the second presidential debate in 2016. Former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton later candidate Donald Trump of being a “creep” for the approximation accused then-behind her on the debate stage and claimed their “skin crawling” in her memoirs, “What Happened.”