As unsafe cold descends, President Trump's tweet about global warming draws scorn

As unsafe cold descends, President Trump's tweet about global warming draws scorn

As unsafe cold descends, President Trump's tweet about global warming draws scorn

One user said: "After waming I find a nice covfefe goes well with smocking", while referring to an earlier instance when Trump said "covfefe" in a tweet.

Keeping up with his penchant for simply creating words, US President Donald Trump has asked global "waming" to make a return for "beautiful Midwest" in the country, which is now experiencing chilly weather conditions due to a polar vortex.

Late Monday, Trump tweeted about the brutal and unsafe wind chills hitting the middle of the country, and even asked global "waming" (sic) to "please come back fast".

This week, a split polar vortex is expected to drop temperatures in the Midwest near negative 30 degrees, with the wind chill looking to be the lowest it's been in two decades: as low as negative 60 degrees. "In coming days, expected to get even colder", Trump wrote.

The public seems to be accepting the scientific view over Trump's.

The statement was immediately bashed on the internet, with numerous social media users noting the president's misspelling of "global warming". Numerous states that are likely to see disproportionately negative effects in the coming years are some that supported Mr. Trump in 2016, like Florida and Texas, as well as others in the Southeast, which may sustain increased coastal damage because of more powerful storms, according to a new report by the Brookings Institute.

- Kristina Womp-Wong ❄️ (@mskristinawong) January 29, 2019It wasn't even that long ago when Trump claimed that climate change didn't exist because it was cold outside in Washington, DC.

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"I think something's happening". Chris Gloninger, a meteorologist from NBC10 Boston, pointed out in a pair of tweets that climate and weather are not synonymous, and "climate change means EXTREME weather, which includes record cold weather as well". That puts Trump either among the 19 percent who are unsure if climate change is occurring, or the 9 percent who flatly deny it.

"In the East, it could be the COLDEST New Year's Eve on record".

Forecasters have said that the most risky weather is yet to come, warning of frigidly low temperatures that the region hasn't seen in a quarter century.

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Although the Republican president's tweet was liked 51k times, it also left his critics irked and they slammed him for not knowing the difference between climate and weather.

"We will never again see a President like this".

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