This is true. Sunny should have went back to that, but my issue with this part isn't the initial line of questioning that Sunny had. She was great in pushing Klobuchar, but the final part that Sunny said didn't sit well with me since it felt more like an interrogation instead of an interview. I don't like Klobuchar and she has a horrible record with black people, but I think there's a way to push back on Klobuchar without it coming off like you're holding water for Kamala.
I only say this, because if it was a standalone thing I think I'd be fine with what Sunny did. But she didn't go this hard when Kamala, Bloomberg, Biden, Buttigieg, etc... when they came. She also said earlier in the week that she felt like there's a double standard when it comes to Kamala's record and Klobuchar. Both targeted minorities, but Kamala's okay and Klobuchar isn't?
It's just all of these background information that made this exchange not sit well with me. (Just the final part that Sunny said, especially when it came to her body language)