Watch: Amy Klobuchar Has Cringeworthy Moment in Town Hall, Literally Begs People To Clap for Her

Conservative Tribune | 4/23/2019 | ben marquis
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Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota is one of the many Democrats vying for her party’s nomination in 2020 to take on President Donald Trump, but for all intents and purposes, her candidacy might already be over.

Klobuchar’s campaign got off to a rather rocky start as she announced she was running at an outdoor event in the middle of a blizzard in February, during which she warned of the dangers of global warming — a hilariously odd dichotomy that was duly noted and mocked by Trump.

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Things haven’t really improved for Klobuchar as she has been slammed with allegations from anonymous former staffers that she is an exceptionally terrible and mean boss who sometimes does incredibly weird things like eat salad with a comb.

Her latest bump in the road came during a CNN town hall Monday in New Hampshire when the senator resorted to telling the audience to cheer for her.

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A student asked Klobuchar during the event how she planned to gain the support of Minnesotans who voted for Trump in 2016.

“Look at what I’ve done,” she said. “I’m someone who runs in a purple state. When I started running for office, the other senator was Republican, the governor was Republican and three of our four constitutional officers were Republican.

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“And then I started running, and every single time I’ve run, I’ve won every single congressional district in my state, including (former GOP Rep.) Michele Bachmann’s.”

However, there was only silence in response to Klobuchar’s remark, which prompted her to say, “That’s when you guys are supposed to cheer, OK?”

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The Daily Wire’s Ashe Schow couldn’t help but note the striking resemblance of that moment for Klobuchar to one in the 2016 GOP primary that signaled the end of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s struggling campaign for the nomination.

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