Conservative commentator Ann CoulterAnn Hart CoulterCoulter: Debate questions that the Democrats should have been asked Conservatives rail against Braves for reducing 'tomahawk chop' after Native American pitcher calls it 'disrespectful' Hillicon Valley: Lawmakers ramp up Silicon Valley antitrust probe | Treasury sanctions North Korean cyber groups | Thiel to host Kobach fundraiser MORE slammed Democratic presidential candidates onstage for Thursday night’s primary debate — with the exception of Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy Jean KlobucharDemocrats debate how to defeat Trump: fight or heal Republicans, Democrats brace for first public testimony in impeachment inquiry Klobuchar: A woman with Buttigieg's experience would not be on presidential debate stage MORE (D-Minn.).

“I hate everyone on the stage, but Sen. Klobuchar is killing it,” Coulter tweeted during the showdown.

Klobuchar garnered applause after she criticized Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersJuan Williams: Honesty, homophobia and Mayor Pete Democrats on edge as Iowa points to chaotic race Democrats debate how to defeat Trump: fight or heal MORE (I-Vt.) for his health care proposal.

The Minnesota senator fired back at Sanders, who went viral during the last Democratic presidential debate for saying he “wrote the damn bill,” by saying she actually “read the bill,” which would cause many Americans to potentially lose coverage.

ADVERTISEMENT

In her opening statement, Klobuchar was one of multiple candidates to blast President TrumpDonald John TrumpThis week: House kicks off public phase of impeachment inquiry Impeachment week: Trump probe hits crucial point Judd Gregg: The big, big and bigger problem MORE, saying the president is “running our country like a game show.”

“You’re going to hear a lot of ideas up here,” she added during her opening remarks. “Some will be great, but if you see that some of them might be a little off track, I’ve got a better way. If you feel stuck in the middle of the extremes of our politics, and you are tired of the noise and the nonsense, you’ve got a home with me.

"I don't want to be the president for half of America," she said. "I want to be the president for all of America."