Sarah Silverman
Sarah Silverman attends the Sean Penn J/P HRO gala in Los Angeles, California on Jan. 5. Silverman recently feuded with Megyn Kelly over an expletive-laden tweet the comedian sent to Trump in response to his mocking of climate change. Rich Fury/Getty Images

Comedian Sarah Silverman and former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly feuded on Twitter on Wednesday over an expletive-filled tweet Silverman sent to President Donald Trump after he made light of climate change.

The spat began after a tweet Trump posted Monday about Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, who announced her intention to run for president in the 2020 election.

Trump took the opportunity to jeer at Klobuchar, who declared climate change as one of her campaign key points. Referencing her announcement, which Klobuchar made outside while it was snowing, Trump derided her "bad timing."

"By the end of her speech she looked like a Snowman(woman)!" Trump posted.

Trump's tweet caught Silverman's attention, which prompted her to post on Twitter the following day: "No point in explaining how mind-blowingly stupid this tweet is so I’m just gonna go with F--- YOU, and also add that you are a smelly p---- hole with b---- that touch water. Eat s---, you greedy t---.”

Silverman's response caught flack from Kelly, who derided the profanity-laden tweet. Kelly also noted that Silverman is a voice actor for family-friendly films, such as the Disney-animated movie "Ralph Breaks the Internet."

Kelly tweeted: "This woman [Silverman] wants to star in children’s movies produced by Disney. (And just did, in Ralph Breaks the Internet.)"

Silverman fired back with a tweet directed at Kelly.

"I am a blue explicit often political comedian and also love doing voices for children," Silverman wrote. "I know it’s easier if people are one thing but no one is, not even you!"

"We all have many sides and I think its okay," she added, signing off with a "Peace, Ma!"

This isn't the first time Silverman has been enmeshed in a climate change conversation. In 2010, she moderated a debate between climate change denier Phelim McAleer and environment advocate Amanda Little.

Silverman also covered the topic on her now-canceled Hulu web series "I Love You, America."

"I know climate change is not the most exciting issue and the media knows it too, which is part of why it’s covered so infrequently," Silverman said during the episode.

"You know what’s a great incentive [to cover it]? We’re all gonna f---ing die," she added.