Senator Amy Klobuchar joked that hydroxychloroquine "causes hallucinations" in response to a tweet from President Donald Trump—but her husband took the same medication.
"These cases can be considered immediately, fairly but swiftly, for criminal charges because you just can't have something like this. He was pleading for his life," Sen. Amy Klobuchar said on "Cuomo Prime Time."
If passed, the bill, introduced by Senators Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Ben Sasse of Nebraska, would provide Americans unemployed due to the pandemic with a $4,000 tax credit to use on training programs so they can have a competitive edge in the post-pandemic workforce.
They are warning that selecting the Minnesota senator would serve as a major misreading of the political moment for Joe Biden and evidence he is taking voters of color for granted.
More than a quarter of Democratic voters back Senator Elizabeth Warren to be Biden's running mate.
Warren and Abrams both asserted this week that they would be eager to join the presumptive Democratic nominee's ticket.
The former Democratic presidential hopeful has revealed that her husband, who is 52, is receiving oxygen after testing positive for coronavirus.
"He is exhausted and sick but a very strong and resilient person," the Minnesota senator and former presidential candidate wrote.
The Massachusetts senator dropped out of the Democratic presidential race on Thursday.
The Minnesota senator mistakenly told cheering Biden supporters in Michigan Saturday that she's honored to join his 2020 "ticket," before she quickly corrected the apparent verbal slip-up.
Senator Amy Klobuchar's exit may have given former Vice President Joe Biden a boost in Minnesota after she endorsed him.
Do we value women as much as we say we do? In this election, Warren our last chance to answer in the affirmative.
Former primary candidate O'Rourke said America "should be able to do far better" than Biden earlier in the campaign.
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar stood with Joe Biden Monday night to endorse his presidential run.
"They both supported sleepy Joe. You know why? They made a deal," Trump said. "Crazy Bernie's going to go crazy."
Williamson endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders after ending her campaign earlier this year.
Former Democratic candidates Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar have thrown their support to former Vice President Joe Biden while Sanders picked up the endorsement of the political action committee, Democracy for America.
Dratch's comments came not long after the Minnesota senator announced that she is ending her 2020 presidential campaign.
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Klobuchar said the president has failed to acknowledge that immigrants are a "major" part of the U.S economy.
President Donald Trump talked about Wednesday's Democratic debate during a campaign rally speech Thursday in Colorado where he said former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg "can't debate" and that Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar "choked."
The Minnesota senator walked straight by the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, following a heated battle between the pair.
The senator from Vermont has seen an uptick in support from hispanic voters, with a plurality of 42 percent of the demographic backing his candidacy.
The senator from Vermont also appears to be the clear frontrunner in Nevada, which will hold its statewide caucuses on Saturday.
"I guess what it says is that there is more to being prepared than how many years you spent in Washington," Buttigieg said.
"I still do not think he is the best candidate for our country," the Democratic presidential candidate noted.
Pete Buttigieg was the only one of three Democratic presidential candidates who knew the name of Mexico's president in interviews with Spanish-language network Telemundo Thursday.
"It's hard to win here if you don't have sizable support within the African American community. That's a struggle for them," said political scientist Jordan Ragusa.
Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar once said in a 2006 debate that a border fence would help bring "order at the border."