MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Sen. Amy Klobuchar dropped out of the Democratic primary race Monday after outlasting higher-profile rivals in the race.

Soon after, she joined fellow former contenders Pete Buttigieg and Beto O’Rourke in endorsing Joe Biden ahead of Super Tuesday.

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On CBS This Morning, she talked Super Tuesday and her support for the former vice president.

She said she took a step back after South Carolina, where she placed sixth with 3.1% of the vote.

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“We were going to win Minnesota. We had our polls, several public ones, and I knew that. But then I thought, ‘What is our path?’ and, ‘What’s really important to me?’” she said. “And what’s really important to me is beating Donald Trump and while I would of loved to be that candidate, I think Joe Biden is going to be a great president. He’s going to bring decency back and dignity to the White House, which to me is the No. 1 priority for this country.”

On the topic of Bernie Sanders, Klobuchar reiterated that she does believe there should be a socialist heading the Democratic ticket.

“We have to have someone – as one prominent Democrat said — who is actually listening to where the people are,” she said. “That prominent Democrat was Barack Obama, he said it a few months ago.”

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When asked if Biden offered her anything, like a position in the administration, she said, “No, not at all.” Klobuchar said she never looks at hypotheticals when asked if she would be Biden’s vice president.