FORT DODGE, Iowa (Reuters) – Presidential contender Democratic Amy Klobuchar is on a bank show strong in the first of Iowa-in-the-national contest nominations on Feb. 03 to jump – start its way to Partynomination’s.
The moderate U.S. senators from Minnesota, who are voting in fifth place with the Iowa voter, squeezed three town hall and an extra 10 hour trip to the state voted early in Nevada at 32 hours last weekend as she raced to lift High profile.
Ahead of the Democratic debate in Des Moines, Iowa, on the third day she also sat down with Reuters to make her case incorporate practical policy priorities, humor and blunt talk is what democracy needs to win back The White House in the November election from the Republican President Donald Trump.
DIVERSITY IN THE FIELD OF DEMOCRACY
I remember my good Kamala friend (Harris) so much. … I just saw her this week in the Senate, and I miss her on stage debate. We became close friends in that campaign. I really, really miss her. And Cory (Booker), I wanted him to be able to get on that stage again. Maybe he will, as well as Andrew Yang. There are some who are still running for this job as diverse people, and I hope they get on stage…
If I win and become a president
, I will make sure that… My Government reflects this country. That’s one of the problems with Donald Trump. His cabinet does not reflect where the country is.
First of all, you must be able to make a joke or poke at him or just show how…