She doubled down on global warming and laughed off Trump's new nickname for her: "snow woman".
The president-who has always been a climate-change truther-tweeted: "Well, it happened again".
Sen. Amy Klobuchar on Sunday took an apparent swipe at Hillary Clinton after she promised to campaign extensively in Wisconsin.
Klobuchar spoke further about Trump's attack during a Monday interview on "Good Morning America", telling co-anchor George Stephanopoulos that sometimes, the best strategy to dealing with the president is to simply ignore some of his attacks. "Bad timing. By the end of her speech she looked like a Snowman (woman)!" "The snow didn't stop us", Klobuchar's campaign wrote in a tweet.
"Looking forward to debating you about climate change (and many other issues)", Klobuchar added.
"Just this last year, it was one of the fourth hottest years in the history of the world".
Klobuchar announcing her 2020 run before a snowy backdrop was an entirely intentional choice, according to CNN. That's what's happening right now.
Senator Amy Klobuchar (Democrat - Minnesota) announces her presidential bid in front of a crowd gathered at Boom Island Park on February 10, 2019, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. "Look at those wildfires in Colorado and California".
Responding to Trump in a tweet, Klobuchar insisted that "science is on my side". And I wonder how your hair would fare in a blizzard?'
"We can not ignore [climate change]", she said. The record cold temperatures - not that unusual by geologic history standards, but stunning and unsafe for modern humans - may pose such a problem, however.