With less than five months to go until the February 3, 2020, caucuses, candidates are putting an increased focus on the state — and dusting off some dance moves — in hopes Iowa voters will bolster their campaigns in a crowded Democratic primary field.
And while Klobuchar has hit Trump’s policies as “all foam, no beer” on the campaign trial, she said her beer on Saturday was just the opposite.
“All beer, no foam,” she said, beverage in hand.
Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro put less emphasis on his own moves and more focus on the mariachi band that accompanied his entrance.
“Brought our own flavor to the #SteakFry,” he tweeted Saturday.
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