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'How did everyone like the salad?': Klobuchar riffs on staff controversies at Gridiron dinner


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Updated 03/03/2019 06:30 AM ESTSen. Amy Klobuchar on Saturday poked fun at her reputation for being a tough boss — and reports she once ate a salad with a comb — kicking off her address to the annual Gridiron Club dinner by asking, "How did everyone like the salad?"The Democratic senator from Minnesota and 2020 presidential candidate added: "I thought it was OK, but it needed just a little more scalp oil and a pinch of dandruff."Story Continued BelowMore than 700 journalists, politicians and members of the D.C. elite gathered for the 134th Gridiron Club white-tie dinner at the Renaissance Washington Hotel, where skits, songs and self-deprecation were the evening's entertainment. You can unsubscribe at any time.Although Klobuchar issued a statement to the Minnesota-based Star Tribune late Friday promising to do better by her staff, she also addressed the matter during her lighthearted address, saying: "So when Jerry [Seib] called about tonight he asked, 'Do you need a microphone or do you just prefer to yell at everyone?' I said microphone."She also referenced the 2016 election while speaking about her current run for the presidency.

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