President Donald Trump took a jab at global warming late Monday, urging it to "come back fast" as temperatures are set to dip to below freezing in the Midwest. He also spelled global warming as "Global Waming" giving enough hint that his past goofups with spellings haven't yet taught him a lesson.
By Wednesday, dangerously cold wind chills caused by a displaced polar vortex are expected to drop temperatures in the Midwest near negative 30F and the wind chill could be as low as negative 50F or 60F - the lowest they've been in more than two decades, Weather.com reported. In coming days, expected to get even colder.
Citing the awful cold that has gripped the Midwest, Trump taunted the phenomenon of global warming asking it to "come back fast" in his tweet. Trump tweeted on Monday night. "People can't last outside even for minutes".
Taking the sunny view that Trump-loving areas in line for rising seas, brutal droughts, and other climate havoc are rational actors who might be convinced to support progressive notions of how to mitigate the dangers, the authors write that "the current gridlock might not be as permanent as it now seems".
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I chose to stay in the Championship, to do my job and finish my job in the way that I like to do things", Benitez added. You have to play games like we did here against Chelsea (2-1 defeat) where we could have drawn easily.
"As to whether or not it's man-made and whether or not the effects that you're talking about are there, I don't see it", he added. Last month, he rejected a report by his own government warning of the devastating effects of climate change.
"There he goes again", tweeted New York Times climate reporter Henry Fountain.
President Donald Trump is sharing his thoughts on global warming ahead of the arctic conditions expected in parts of the country this week.
- Ed Krassenstein (@EdKrassen) January 29, 2019Weather is not the same as cl- actually, no, we're not going to waste our breath on an anti-scientific President.