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Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar joins Shannon Bream on Fox News @ Night.’
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., Division, not with any shock, on Sunday when you say to a fellow 2020 presidential primary candidate Pete Buttigieg – that a woman with the South Bend, Ind., Mayor of experience would not be on the debate stage.
Klobcuhar, was polling in the middle of the still crowded field of Democrats, argued during an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union” that, while all of the candidates in their party was more qualified to lead the country as President Trump, she doubted a woman with the same resume as Buttigieg given the opportunity will run for President.
“The women on the stage, I will concentrate on my other women, the senators, Sens. Harris and Warren and me. I think we were at this stage, if we had the experience that he had? No, I don’t,” said Klobuchar, in terms of Sens. Kamala Harris in California, and Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts.
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Klobuchar also took the opportunity to highlight your mid-West appeal and record of country-wide election victories in Minnesota. She has a campaign painting himself as a moderate legislator, which might be of interest to rural voters that the Democrats lost the trump card in 2016.
“I’m the one from the middle West, won in a nationwide race over and over again,” she said. “These are the kind of voters that I won and this is not true, the mayor is Pete.”
Buttigieg campaign has not responded to Fox News’ request for comment.
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Klobuchar was average polling at 2.6 percent, according to a Real Clear policy, that was carried by what analysts called a strong debate performance in the last month. Buttigieg has also seen its numbers rise, with him, with about seven percent of the total votes.
Both candidates, however, trailed far behind front-runner Warren, the former Vice-President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.