- The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 20, 2019

ATLANTA — Sen. Amy Klobuchar said it is incumbent on the 2020 presidential candidates to say how they are going to pay for their far-reaching visions.

“I am not going to go for things just because they sound good on a bumper sticker,” she said in the fifth presidential debate. “I think we have an obligation as a party to be, yes, fiscally responsible.”

Ms. Klobuchar, Minnesota Democrat, said that she has clearly spelled out how she plans to pay for her campaign promises.

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She noted the calls for free college tuition is wrongheaded because the children of wealthy families should have to pay for their schooling.

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