Democratic presidential contender Sen. Amy Klobuchar says President Donald Trump can't put himself in voters' shoes.
"I think we've got a guy in the White House that lacks decency," the Minensota Democrat said Tuesday during an appearance on ABC's "The View" ahead of the nation's first primary in New Hampshire. "He can't put himself in their shoes. I can."
"I'm the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate from my state, and I have had to work hard like so many Americans to the place I got. That's the case I made."
The New Hampshire polls started to close at 7 p.m. ET, with 24 delegates up for grabs for the Democrats. Eight candidates are mounting competitive campaigns in the state, including Klobuchar, who raised $2 million following her performance at the Feb. 7 ABC News debate.
Klobuchar on Tuesday said she's capable of bringing voters together.
"I'm someone that looks people in the eye and tells them the truth, and I don't have everyone agree with me when I do that," she said. "But one of the reasons I have been able to bring in independents and moderate Republicans, as well as a fired-up Democratic base like we're seeing here in New Hampshire, is that I have been able to build a coalition, a wide tent. I think that's what we need right now."
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