Democratic Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar took a shot at failed 2016 Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during the Sunday announcement of her own 2020 run.
“We’re going to be in Iowa and Wisconsin,” Klobuchar said, when asked about travel priorities for the campaign.
“We’re starting in Wisconsin because, as you remember, there wasn’t a lot of campaigning in Wisconsin in 2016.
Klobuchar was referencing Clinton’s historic loss to President Donald Trump in Wisconsin, becoming the first Democrat to lose that state since Walter Mondale’s loss to Ronald Reagan in November 1984.
In the campaign memoir What Happened, Clinton claims to have been “caught by surprise” when the state turned red in 2016: