The president hit out at the Fourth National Climate Assessment report, which was released Friday during an interview on the White House lawn Monday. He continued: ‘And here’s the other thing, you’re going to have to China and Japan and all of Asia and all of these other countries – you know, it addresses our country.’
TRUMP on GM plant closures: "We don't like it. I believe they'll be opening up something else. And I was very tough. I spoke with her when I heard they were closing and I said, you know, this country has done a lot for general motors. You better get back in there soon." pic.twitter.com/ggV5YgEwyz
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‘Right now we’re the cleanest.’ The climate study, which assesses the impacts of global warming, was conducted in a nonpartisan fashion by 13 federal agencies and more than 300 leading climate scientists. Gamer ‘heard raping girl, 15, on Grand Theft Auto livestream’ The study details the detrimental effects climate change will have on economy and speculates hundreds of billions of dollars could be lost in industries all over the country. In addition, the report outlined the toll that declining air quality and disease transmission will have that is set to ‘increasingly threaten the health and well-being of the American people.’
The study was slated to be released next month, but was unexpectedly released the day after Thanksgiving on Black Friday one of the largest consumer holidays in America. The decision to release the report early during a holiday has been seen by some as a maneuver to reduce exposure to the study – as people pay less attention to the news during major holidays. Trump is a long time denier of human caused climate change.