Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonBiden flexes presidential muscle on campaign trail with Virginia's McAuliffe Shontel Brown gaining ground against Nina Turner in Ohio: poll Biden hits trail for McAuliffe in test of his political brand MORE was involved in brief confrontation with a young woman during a campaign stop in Minnesota Tuesday afternoon as voters headed to the polls to cast their ballot in the state’s primary.

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The Democratic presidential front-runner was leaving a coffee shop when an unidentified Somali-American asked Clinton to comment on past racial remarks, including her recently retracted “super-predator” speech, and the lack of diversity among elected officials.

Clinton went on to reference Abdi Warsame, the first Somali-American elected to the Minneapolis City Council, which the woman questioned, arguing he lacked authenticity.

“You know what, dear? You have a different opinion,” Clinton fired back. “He is a Somali-American elected to the city council, and I am really proud of that.”

After the woman continued to challenge Clinton, the former first lady responded, “Well, why don’t you go run for something, then?”

The woman replied that she was working for a Somali-American, prompting Clinton to respond, “good."