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Amy Klobuchar on Early Moments of Leadership, Adding 'The Voice of a Midwesterner' on Climate Change, and Prom Night Trauma

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Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar, with Political Breakdown hosts Scott Shafer and Marisa Lagos. (Guy Marzorati/KQED)

Minnesota Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar joins Scott and Marisa to talk about embracing leadership at an early age, prom night trauma, why it’s important to have “the voice of a Midwesterner” on climate change, her treatment of Senate staff, and using Dr. Seuss to convince colleagues to allow babies on the Senate floor.


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