10 Times Trump's Climate Change Tweets Were Just The Worst
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10 Trump Tweets That Prove The President Definitely, Totally, Absolutely Understands Climate Change

What do humorous, concerning, and all-too-real have in common? Oh yeah, Donald Trump's Twitter account.

10 Trump Tweets That Prove The President Definitely, Totally, Absolutely Understands Climate Change

Our president is infamous for making radically unprofessional comments all the time.

That said, he's still our president, and certain levels of maturity are expected, even though it's Trump we're talking about. Yet, he never fails to amaze me. How someone in their right mind thinks it's a good idea to rant about what's keeping them up at night on Twitter instead of to a therapist, is beyond me.

What's even more incredible is that Donald Trump apparently doesn't drink. All of his tweets were written and posted when he was sober... at 3:00 a.m.

Friday's Global Climate Strike brought together so many communities around the world to petition for the common goal of protecting and rehabilitating our environment. It's clear that this is acknowledged as a universal issue and immediate action is strongly supported by powerful leaders across the globe with the exception of — you guessed it — Trump.

In fact, climate change is one of his favorite topics to vent on Twitter about!

In the wake of our global climate crisis, I hereby present you with 10 of Mr. President's best (or, rather, worst) tweets that keep me up at night:











So, there you have it. Trump in all of his glory. He really does have one of the most simple minds of our time. Wind gets chilly? Global warming is fake. Why didn't I think of that?

While I've lost all hope for this president, at least I can confidently say that his tweets have done some good. They've confirmed how unfit he is for the title, and if anyone is still on the fence about him, all they need to do is log onto Twitter to fall on the right side. Definitely no pun intended.

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