Amy Klobuchar dismisses reports she’s a tough boss

2020 Dem Hopeful Amy Klobuchar Tries to Downplay Reports of Staff Mistreatment When Confronted

2020 Dem Hopeful Amy Klobuchar Tries to Downplay Reports of Staff Mistreatment When Confronted

She doubled down on global warming and laughed off Trump's new nickname for her: "snow woman".

Given that the Senator believes in man-made climate change, President Trump couldn't help but notice the irony of seeing her announce her candidacy in front of the backdrop of a frozen Mississippi River.

The president-who has always been a climate-change truther-tweeted: "Well, it happened again".

Asked about the tweet from the president on ABC's Good Morning America, Klobuchar said, "That is so wrong". "Bad timing. By the end of her speech she looked like a Snowman (woman)!"

"He's saying, basically, 'If it's snowing, we don't have a problem, '" Stephanopoulos said. "Just this last year, it was one of the four hottest years in the history of the world".

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Klobuchar also responded to allegations that she has mistreated staffers and created a hostile work environment in her office. "That's what's happening right now", she argued. "Look at those wildfires in Colorado and California". She spoke at Boom Island Park in Minneapolis amid heavy snow, typical of a Minnesota winter.

"I don't think anyone is talking enough about the challenges that are the challenges of our day", she continued during her six-minute interview.

"We're going to be in Iowa and in Wisconsin", the Minnesota Democrat told reporters after she announced her 2020 presidential bid in Minneapolis.

Klobuchar says "I can be tough" and that "I can push people" and that she has staff who have worked for her for years and gone on to do other things. "Science is on my side, @realDonaldTrump", she tweeted. The record cold temperatures - not that unusual by geologic history standards, but stunning and risky for modern humans - may pose such a problem, however.

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