Philip Wegmann of Real Clear Politics highlights an interesting development among the 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls.

The bad word wasn’t bleeped.

Whoever walks out of Milwaukee and the Democratic National Convention with the presidential nomination in July will be labeled. Would they mind what comes with it? In other words, do they worry about being defined as a “democratic socialist”?

None objected to the ideological categorization when asked Friday night by ABC News moderator George Stephanopoulos, none, that is, except Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar. She minded. The other moderates on the debate stage in New Hampshire were quiet. Klobuchar raised her hand. Alone.

“Bernie and I work together all the time, but I think we are not going to be able to out-divide the divider-in-chief, and I think we need someone to head up this ticket that actually brings people with her instead of shutting them out,” Klobuchar argued, dodging the question but still trying to make a distinction.

“Donald Trump’s worst nightmare is a candidate that will bring people in from the middle. The people that are tired of the noise and the nonsense and they are tired of the tweets and the mean stuff, and they are looking for someone else,” she said.

It was a lonely admission of the fact that the field has tilted left. And fast. What was verboten during the days of Barack Obama has become not only acceptable but something of a prerequisite. Only Klobuchar, trailing behind the rest of the pack, was there in prime-time to offer an alternative, albeit, sheepishly.