Amy Klobuchar Confronted on ‘The View’ on the Partisan Nature of Impeachment Inquiry

‘I look at it as our Constitutional duty’

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HUNTSMAN: "But not one Republican, not one."

KLOBUCHAR: "Okay, but I look at it — good point. I look at it as our constitutional duty. The chips will fall where they may. They're going to have to make their own individual decisions, but at some point we have to realize they don't represent where the American people are on so many things. And the party, their party needs to change. They have blocked gun safety when the majority of Trump voters want universal background checks."

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