What appeared to be a presidential campaign logo for Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., left in a coffee shop was likely the work of a supporter, Klobuchar said Tuesday.
A Twitter user claimed to have found the logo, which contained notes on each of its components, in a coffee shop located in the northwest section of Washington, D.C. Hundreds of users commented on it, with many mocking its color scheme and the fact it depicted mountains.
Minnesota is known as the "land of 10,000 lakes," and its land mostly features plains and rolling hills.
After one Twitter user replied to the tweet containing the logo by saying it "seems a little much," Klobuchar herself chimed in.
"Hey Kadin, agree . . . must be a very enthusiastic supporter," Klobuchar wrote. "I love mountains, but we mostly have lakes and a few hills in Minnesota. It is an interesting way to develop a logo for any campaign though . . . you are welcome to leave one at a coffee shop near you."
Earlier Tuesday, Klobuchar said during a television interview that her family is on board with her running for president in next year's election if she chooses to join the fray. She has yet to make a final decision.
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