Klobuchar have yet been announced ten Democrats, that they want to run against Trump.
Klobuchar's announcement came amid several news reports of high staff turnover in her Senate office with workers complaining of having to do personal chores, making it hard to hire high-level campaign strategists.
A Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom poll conducted by Selzer & Company in December found that Klobuchar was largely unfamiliar to likely Iowa caucus-goers, with 54 percent saying they didn't know enough about her to have an opinion, while 38 percent had a favorable opinion and 8 percent had an unfavorable opinion.
Before Klobuchar, Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren anchored her campaign for the 2020 Presidential elections from the backdrop of Everett Mills in Lawrence city of MA on Saturday. He had previously mocked US Senator Elizabeth Warren, calling her "Pocahontas" again, when she announced her Presidential campaign on February 9. "It is time to organize, time to galvanize, time to take back our democracy".
But she raised only about 7.4 million USA dollars, a relatively small amount compared with Senate candidates in more competitive races.
Her profile rose a year ago when she won plaudits for her cool-headed questioning of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in a hearing focusing on allegations of sexual abuse and drinking. "With today's announcement, Klobuchar has shown her true colors to the people of Minnesota as another out-of-touch Democrat looking to push the failed policies of her party onto the American people".
While she did not mention President Donald Trump by name, she said the country is exhausted of what she called "foreign policy by tweet" and said Americans are "worn down by the petty and vicious nature of our politics".
"I have mixed feelings about her chances", Rozen said.
The 49-year-old United States senator from New Jersey announced his candidacy February 1, evoking the civil rights movement as he promised to work to bring together a divided America.
Republicans quickly critiqued Klobuchar during and after her speech.
Klobuchar, who has dealt with recent allegations that she's mistreated staff in her Senate office for years, on Sunday staked out a strategy that focused on Midwestern states and a calmer brand of politics.
"Our nation must be governed not from chaos but from opportunity", Klobuchar said.
Some Democrats question whether her more moderate voting record - she supported, for example, Trump's nominations of Wilbur Ross, Mike Pompeo and John Kelly and a host of other nominees - is left enough to succeed in a Democratic primary.
"I think you want voices from places where Donald Trump did very well", she said.
Former Minnesota Governor Arne Carlson, a Republican, once called Klobuchar "the great avoider".
She's a prolific legislator; in 2016, she was ranked as the Senator who has successfully passed the most bills. On-air references to merely discussing a potential run with her family got picked up by several news outlets in late 2018.
After working as a lawyer in a private firm, she became chief prosecutor for Hennepin, Minnesota's most populous county, in 1998.
Her status as a neighbor to the first state to cast ballots in 2020 may be beneficial, as Klobuchar clearly suggested in her speech Sunday.