Colby Itkowitz

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Senator Amy Klobuchar has a public reputation as “Minnesota nice.” Behind the scenes, it may be a different story.

Does 2020 presidential hopeful Sen. Amy Klobuchar have a temper? Does it matter?

Senator Amy Klobuchar has a public reputation as “Minnesota nice.” Behind the scenes, it may be a different story.

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