Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., continued the guessing game on whether she will run for president in 2020.
Klobuchar, in a Tuesday interview on CNN’s “New Day,” said she will make a decision “shortly” on whether to make a White House bid.
“The key for the American people will be to look at the candidates and say: 'Who can win?'” she said.
She maintained the ideal candidate was somebody who “captures our imagination and is going to have ideas to bring us forward on a positive optimistic agenda for the county.”
“It is not about spending your whole day going down the rabbit hole with Donald Trump. It is also about talking about things that matter to people and being willing to reach out to people to find common ground…and that’s what I’ve done in the last election.
“One of the great things this year is there will be a lot of competition. People should view it as a chance to really sit back and think about the America that we want to be. For me, I come from the heartland. We need to get that back into our politics.”
Earlier this month, Klobuchar said her family is on board with her running for president if she chooses to join the fray.
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