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Warren Chuckles About Klobuchar and Steyer Not Knowing President of Mexico’s Name: ‘It Was a Surprise’

Mediaite Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Elizabeth Warren alternately defended and knocked Tom Steyer and Amy Klobuchar for not knowing the name of Mexico's president, saying they were likely "surprised" by the question, but also that "it was a surprise" that they didn't know the answer.
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