Klomentum or nomentum? Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images With the homestretch looming in Iowa, time is running out for single-digit-polling candidates to leap into the top tier. Can Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar do it in the next three weeks? I spoke with national correspondent Gabriel Debenedetti and political columnist Ed Kilgore, both of whom enjoy a…
With the homestretch looming in Iowa, time is running out for single-digit-polling candidates to leap into the top tier. Can Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar do it in the next three weeks? I spoke with national correspondentGabriel Debenedettiand political columnistEd Kilgore, both of whom enjoy a good Klobuchar pun, to game out her chances.
Ben:Ready to talk Klobuchar?
Ed:Let’s don’t be Amy-less about it.
Ben:Rim shot again.
Gabriel:Well, I think we’re done here.
Ben:When Democratic candidates meet for the final debate before Iowa next Tuesday, it’ll be the top-four candidates — Biden, Sanders, Warren, and Buttigieg — and Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar, who has stuck around as many others have dropped out, done enough to qualify for these events, but not broken out of the single digits in early states or nationally. Klobuchar had what was generally regarded as a strong performance last time around, and has a compelling electability argument to make, having dominated her contests in increasingly purple-state Minnesota. But time is running out for her to make a leap into the top tier. Can she?
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Does Amy Klobuchar Have a Shot?