Trump mocks ‘global warming’, makes a spelling goof-up again; gets roasted in turn
Washington, Jan 29: The "covfefe" ghost is back. US President Donald Trump on Monday (January 28) evening made yet another tweet mocking the phenomenon of global warming and was roasted in turn by the social media users. He also spelled global warming as "Global Waming" giving enough hint that his past goofups with spellings haven't yet taught him a lesson.
In the beautiful Midwest, windchill temperatures are reaching minus 60 degrees, the coldest ever recorded. In coming days, expected to get even colder. People can’t last outside even for minutes. What the hell is going on with Global Waming? Please come back fast, we need you!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 29, 2019
Citing the terrible cold that has gripped the Midwest, Trump taunted the phenomenon of global warming asking it to "come back fast" in his tweet.
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. His typo error of 'waming' also did not escape the Twitterati's notice.
Trump has always denied that there is something called climate change of global warming and also made the US pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement in 2017, months after entering the White House.
Here are some reactions that the Twitterati came up with against Trump's controversial tweet:
In case you forgot, we also had record high temperatures this summer!— Random Guy 495 (@randomguy495) January 29, 2019
Trump lies about global warming yet again and denies the overwhelming scientific evidence for climate change. Of note, in the Midwest a bunch of soybeans are rotting out in the fields because of all of Trump’s tariffs and trade wars. This is absolutely shameful.— Eugene Gu, MD (@eugenegu) January 29, 2019
there's no sport or craft in making fun of Trump's misspellings, so I leave that to others— Jeff Tiedrich (@itsJeffTiedrich) January 29, 2019
Weather isn’t climate. They teach this in 5th grade science.— William LeGate (@williamlegate) January 29, 2019