President Trump skipped a key session at the Group of Seven (G-7) summit summit in France focused on climate, biodiversity and oceans.
When reporters were allowed in to observe part of the session on Monday, Trump’s seat was empty.
“The President had scheduled meetings and bilaterals with Germany and India, so a senior member of the Administration attended in his stead,” press secretary Stephanie Grisham later told reporters.
Maybe President Trump has a different stance towards climate change but he is not delusional.
A report that surfaced yesterday claimed that he wanted to drop nuclear bombs on hurricanes before they made landfall in the United States.
Allegedly during a briefing, Trump asked if it would be possible to disrupt hurricanes forming off the coast of Africa by dropping a nuclear bomb in the eye of the storm, a report on the Axios website said on Sunday.
But Trump slammed the story, calling it “fake news,” in his latest swipe at the media.
“The story by Axios that President Trump wanted to blow up large hurricanes with nuclear weapons prior to reaching shore is ridiculous. I never said this. Just more FAKE NEWS!” he tweeted.
Why this kind of news are allowed to spread is unknown because it’s obvious that this is just a trash talk with no proofs.
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