Last night, Klobuchar guts Buttigieg, and now Biden does it in an ad. They're going to let Bernie run away with the state. Amazing. https://t.co/UlckDZ6IFy— Jonathan Chait (@jonathanchait) February 8, 2020
Someone tell Biden his “accomplishments” suck.— Jaihawkk (@Jaihawkk) February 8, 2020
"This guy's not a Barack Obama."@JoeBiden continues to mock @PeteButtigieg over his lack of experience.@HillaryClinton, similarly, called out @BarackObama's lack of experience during the 2008 election.— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) February 9, 2020
Does this bode well for old Joe?https://t.co/1rLc8b09Kg
Brilliant writing. Whoever created this masterpiece is a national treasure. https://t.co/N5p5BvTlAg— jon gabriel (@exjon) February 8, 2020
...It’s funny ’cause it’s true. Online surrogates have increasingly pointed out the Mayor of Pawnee’s flaws, especially his ability to talk for hours without saying a damn thing. Bland pabulum is an asset when consulting for McKinsey or fluffing your LinkedIn bio but it shouldn’t inspire voters outside of an HOA pancake breakfast....
The New Hampshire contest was Klobuchar’s best debate overall. She was poised and collected, and it was smart from her perspective to hit Buttigieg, whose supporters overlap the most with hers. Her attacks on Buttigieg certainly didn’t seem to be powerful enough to send Buttigieg tumbling downward the way Chris Christie’s attack on Marco Rubio did at the 2016 GOP debate. But was it a strong-enough debate performance for Klobuchar to leapfrog Buttigieg in New Hampshire and become a real contender for the nomination? We’ll know soon enough.