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Amy Klobuchar has “Please pat!” moment during CNN town hall

Then. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., Experienced his own "Please Fuck!" moment on Monday when an expected applause line fell flat. During a CNN neighborhood in New Hampshire for students, the presidential candidate for Democratic 2020 responded to a question of how she planned to appeal to rude middle-class voters from the heart who cast votes for President Trump in 2016. "I guess you're watching what I have done, and that is that I am someone who runs in a purple state, "says Klobuchar about Minnesota. "Every time I've been driving, I've won every congressional district in my country, including Michele Bachmann's." After a small break, Klobuchar added to the laugh: "It's when to cheer, okay?" Bachmann, a Tea Party Republican, earned Minnesota's 6th Congressional District from 2007 to 201 5. The exchange is reminiscent of a moment during the GOP premiere of the 2016 presidential campaign. Former Republican Florida Gov. Jeb Bush popularized the phrase "Please clap!" when he used it during a campaign in New Hampshire, held as part of his failed presidency bid, to create applause. The viral moment was fed into Trump's preferred haze for Bush: "low energy". Klobuchar was more fortunate when she talked to host Chris Cuomo as she tried to answer a question about land voters and climate change. "I feel you are crawling over my shoulder. Not in a trumpet way," she said, referring to how the president appeared behind the Democratic 2016 President Hillary Clinton during his second debate. On a more serious…

Then. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., Experienced his own “Please Fuck!” moment on Monday when an expected applause line fell flat.

During a CNN neighborhood in New Hampshire for students, the presidential candidate for Democratic 2020 responded to a question of how she planned to appeal to rude middle-class voters from the heart who cast votes for President Trump in 2016.

“I guess you’re watching what I have done, and that is that I am someone who runs in a purple state, “says Klobuchar about Minnesota. “Every time I’ve been driving, I’ve won every congressional district in my country, including Michele Bachmann’s.”

After a small break, Klobuchar added to the laugh: “It’s when to cheer, okay?”

Bachmann, a Tea Party Republican, earned Minnesota’s 6th Congressional District from 2007 to 201

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The exchange is reminiscent of a moment during the GOP premiere of the 2016 presidential campaign. Former Republican Florida Gov. Jeb Bush popularized the phrase “Please clap!” when he used it during a campaign in New Hampshire, held as part of his failed presidency bid, to create applause. The viral moment was fed into Trump’s preferred haze for Bush: “low energy”.

Klobuchar was more fortunate when she talked to host Chris Cuomo as she tried to answer a question about land voters and climate change.

“I feel you are crawling over my shoulder. Not in a trumpet way,” she said, referring to how the president appeared behind the Democratic 2016 President Hillary Clinton during his second debate.

On a more serious note, Klobuchar, a former prosecutor, special councilor Robert Mueller said some “very disturbing things” in his report on the federal Russian investigation find that “would make you believe” Trump prevented justice by trying to disturb the various government probes.

“If the House gives the persecution before us, we will deal with them,” she said.

Klobuchar, one of about 20 Democrats running for the right to challenge Trump next year for the White House, has about 1.8% support nationwide, according to RealClearPolitics polling mean.

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