In the middle of a snowstorm on Sunday, Senator Amy Klobuchar revealed that she is including her name to a growing list of 2020 governmental hopefuls. It just took a couple of hours for President Trump to weigh in on her race.

Throughout her speech, the Minnesota Democrat consisted of some information about her climate platform, stating that she would rejoin the Paris climate contract on her very first day as president. The 2020 competitor likewise vowed to “reinstate the clean power rules and the gas mileage standards and put forth sweeping legislation to invest in green jobs and infrastructure” throughout her very first 100 days in workplace.

Klobuchar didn’t state anything about the Green New Offer throughout her statement, however the senator, like a lot of her fellow Democratic competitors, is a sponsor of Agent Alexandria Ocasio-Cortes and Senator Ed Markey’s just recently presented resolution requiring an economy-wide mobilization versus climate change.

President Trump, who has a much various ecological record, required to Twitter hours after Klobuchar’s speech to belittle the prospect for raising climate change in the middle of a snowstorm. “Amy Klobuchar announced that she is running for President, talking proudly of fighting global warming while standing in a virtual blizzard of snow, ice and freezing temperatures,” he tweeted, including that she appeared like a “Snowman(woman)!”

It didn’t take wish for Klobuchar to counter at the president. “I’m sorry if it still snows in the world but the point is that we know climate change is happening,” she stated Monday on ABC’s Excellent Early Morning America.

If Trump didn’t capture her reaction on ABC, he most likely saw her clapback on Twitter.

Don’t bring a combover to a climate battle, pal!