Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) said Sunday that fellow Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg shouldn’t be able to “hide behind” his ads by not appearing on Sunday shows or in any debate.
“I think he has to come on a show like yours,” Klobuchar said on “CNN’s State of the Union,” when asked about her response to reports that Bloomberg has made comments objectifying women and created a sexist culture in the workplace.
“He has not come on any Sunday show since he announced,” Klobuchar added.
Bloomberg has denied allegations that he’s made sexist remarks throughout his career.
“I don’t think you should be able to hide behind airwaves and huge ad buys,” Klobuchar said of the self-funded billionaire’s campaign. “He has to come on these shows, and I’m also an advocate for him coming on the debate stage.”