She continued saying House investigators had more direct information from the officials who testified than they would get from the whistleblower.
“It’s been pointed out the whistleblower had limited secondhand information, and now, right in front of the nation, people have testified under oath who had firsthand information about the fact that the president made this call and very specifically tied it with dirt on a political opponent,” Klobuchar told ABC’s “This Week.”
“So I think that would be a serious, serious mistake,” she added.
Klobuchar added that the “bigger issue” is the American people are watching and want a “patriotism and value check” on Trump, citing the election results in Kentucky and Virginia, where the Democratic party received wins.
“As Democrats, as we go into this presidential race, George, we better not screw this up,” she said.