At a Tuesday campaign stop in Minnesota, Hillary Clinton was stopped by a young Somali-American voter who had some questions about the Dem frontrunner’s past remarks about race and diversity policy. Though it’s difficult to hear, the moment gets measurably more tense when Clinton says, “You know what dear, we have a different opinion,” regarding Abdi Warsame, a Somali-American Minneapolis City Council representative, which does not seem to impress the young woman. As the clearly skeptical but quite calm voter speaks with Clinton, Mark Dayton, the Governor of Minnesota,* tries to usher her away. “We gotta give somebody else a chance” to speak to Clinton, he says, clearly trying to diffuse a situation that seems to be going down an unfavorable path for her. Clinton, though, keeps talking as the young woman expresses her dissatisfaction with Warsame. “Well, why don’t you go run for something, then?” she says. Phrased any other way, in any other context, Clinton might have been encouraging a young woman to run for office. In this case, though, she comes off as lightweight hostile to an even-keeled black voter who has some very valid questions about Clinton’s history with black constituents—including, according to The Hill, a question about her damaging 1996 speech calling black youth “super-predators” (which Clinton recently denounced).