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I don't believe you: Donald Trump, world's biggest climate change denier

President Trump chooses not to believe the findings of a report put together by his own government that go against his credence of calling climate change a hoax. America, your only hope is 2020.

Donald Trump has given America its face-palm moment — yet again!

On Monday, Trump told reporters that he had "read some of" the US government’s Fourth National Climate Assessment report. When asked about the findings of the report, President Trump said, “I don't believe it.”

The Fourth National Climate Assessment draws on inputs from 13 federal agencies — including NASA and the Defense Department — with contributions from 300 scientists.

The latest volume spans over 1600 pages and has clearly spelt out that unchecked global warming would wreak havoc on the US economy. However, President Trump can, after all, choose to “not believe it”.

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