The Minnesota senator was a guest of Senator Mitch McConnell at the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville for a special lecture.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar made a special appearance in Louisville.
Klobuchar was a guest of Senator Mitch McConnell at the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville for a special lecture.
He said Klobuchar had gone out of his way to make friends and work closely with conservative and liberal senators.
“Even on opposite ends of the political spectrum, we share many important priorities, including broadband, serving our farmers, fighting opioid addiction, investing in infrastructure and supporting veterans,” McConnell said.
Klobuchar spoke about Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelinskyy and his commitment to the citizens of his country and how showing up for his fellow citizens is the most important part of politics.
“We are here. And I want you to remember this because testifying just not giving up counts in politics. We are here,” she said.
The Democrat senator also spoke of her time at the Polish border and seeing families rushing to safety.
Klobuchar said their resilience was astounding.
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