Wednesday February 19, 2020

Trump not feeling the heat on climate change

By the time he mounts his re-election campaign, Trump’s supporters will not have bothered to move their position on climate change. And neither will he

8th February, 2019
Donald Trump delivering his second State of the Union address. Pic: Getty

He looked the part; hair coiffed, tie straight, reading seriously and with meaning from his autocue. His specially invited guests were in the audience and the Democrats, who ‘own’ the House, were necessarily on the back foot - where he likes everyone to be. He wasn’t sure what to do when the Democrat women, dressed in suffragist white, stood to cheer themselves for being elected, when he acknowledged that there were more eyeing the House...

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