Anatomy of a Kangaroo Court
How Gross Are Democrats?
Chris Hayes Stumped by Stock Purchases
Did The FBI Plot To Assassinate President Trump?
President Biden's Disappointing Morehouse Speech
Here Is What Scares Me
Biden's Black Lies Matter
'Diversity' Without Virtue and Shared Values Is Chaos
When Evil Was Called Good
Electoral College Dropout?
Economic Anxiety Under Biden Has Reached a Fever Pitch
President Raisi’s Death: An Accident, or a Plot and Does It Matter?
Ohio Has a Warning for Joe Biden
California Has Become a Billboard Advertisement for Trump Amid Rising Gas Prices
Nikki Haley Announces Who She's Voting For
Tipsheet

Klobuchar Still Cannot Remember Mexican President's Name

AP Photo/John Locher

Six Democratic candidates for president took the debate stage in Las Vegas tonight ahead of Saturday’s caucuses. Sparks flew from the beginning; with the exception of former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, every candidate came to play, and spared no attacks on other candidates. 

Advertisement

Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) has seen a recent surge in the polls after a strong performance in New Hampshire. Sen. Klobuchar was called out by a debate moderator for not knowing the name of Mexico’s president in a recent interview, and therefore having little credibility on foreign policy related to Mexico:

When asked about this blunder, Sen. Klobuchar visibly checked her notes to recall the name of the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, as well as the president of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernandez, as the Trump campaign pointed out:

Advertisement

The debate catfight continues on NBC, and you can follow along with us here.

Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement