Presidential candidate and Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) makes her case to undecided voters in Wisconsin at a Fox News town hall moderated by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum. Klobuchar also warned of "a lot of pushback and subpoenas" after Barr contempt vote.
In part two, Klobuchar talked about marijuana legalization, prison reform, and due process for sexual misconduct allegations.
In part three, Klobuchar talked about women's reproductive health care and the Iran nuclear deal.
Part 2 and 3:
Klobuchar on sexual misconduct by former Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) and accusations against now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
BRET BAIER: I want to follow up on due process. When you say for Al Franken there should’ve been more due process in that situation, you also say he deserves a third act in his career. Do you believe that in some aspects the #MeToo movement has gone too far?
AMY KLOBUCHAR: I do not think it’s gone too far because I think we still have harassment going on in the workplace. One case isn’t exactly like the other. Add for anyone that is accused of harassment, you can edge over to criminal acts which is a way different situation, rape, things like that.
You have to have a process in your workplace so you figure out, get the facts, managers do, people do, people have a right to bring their cases forward, and you make a decision on how they are handled. That’s what I meant by that and I think it should apply to Congress and it should apply to every workplace in Wisconsin and across our country...
BRET BAIER: What about Brett Kavanaugh? Did he have due process when he was questioned by you in that committee? Did he have due process, being innocent before proven guilty, by Democrats in that process —
AMY KLOBUCHAR: I’m only smiling because, like, he got a really good job out of the whole thing. He’s, like, on the Supreme Court of the United States. Yes, I think he did. He had a process, and that process was a hearing before the Senate. And that hearing went on and evidence came out, and that was evidence from Dr. Blasey Ford. She came forward with her story.