Klobuchar said she wouldn't let VP's child sit on foreign board

Klobuchar said she wouldn't let VP's child sit on foreign board
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Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharBiden says his administration could help grow 'bench' for Democrats Democrats fear coronavirus impact on November turnout Hillicon Valley: Zoom draws new scrutiny amid virus fallout | Dems step up push for mail-in voting | Google to lift ban on political ads referencing coronavirus MORE (D-Minn.), a White House hopeful, said Sunday she would not let her vice president's child sit on a foreign board. 

The comment comes as President Trump pushes an attack on leading 2020 candidate former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenSome Sanders top allies have urged him to withdraw from 2020 race: report Sunday shows preview: As coronavirus spreads in the U.S., officials from each sector of public life weigh in Trump defends firing of intel watchdog, calling him a 'disgrace' MORE centered on Biden's son sitting on a gas company's board in Ukraine. 

CNN's "State of the Union" host asked Klobuchar on Sunday if she would allow her vice president's kid to sit on a foreign board. 


"No, I wouldn't," she said. "And I can promise you right now by own daughter, who is only 24, does not sit on the board of a foreign company." 

But the senator quickly shifted back to focus on Trump's alleged wrongdoing and stood by Biden in defending him against the unfounded allegations by the Trump campaign. 

"There is no evidence that ... the vice president did something wrong here," she said. "What really matters is that the president was repeatedly trying to get dirt on a political opponent. That is the issue here."

Trump is facing an impeachment inquiry over allegations of asking Ukraine to investigate Biden.