US President Donald Trump cancelled a remarkable report collected by 13 federal agencies specifying how damage from global warming is escalating across the country, claiming that he is not among the worried who thinks climate change is a threatening problem. The comments manifested the most substantial of the US President, based on why he contradicts with his own governmental analysis report which shows the climate change becomes a crucial threat to the health of Americans, as well as to the infrastructure of the country, natural resources and also economy.

The discoveries – urgent, alarming and translucent – are at stake with the restoration of the environmental regulations by the Trump administration and the disappearance of any climate action policy.

Trump claimed, “One of the problems that a lot of people like myself, we have very high levels of intelligence but we’re not necessarily such believers ”, during a casual 20 minutes long interview in Oval Office with The Washington Post in which he was questioned why he was doubtful  about the dreadful National Climate Assessment released by his administration.

He also added, “ As to whether or not it’s man-made and whether or not the effects that you’re talking about are there, I don’t see it”.

Trump told in an apparent recommendation about the pollution around the globe, “You look at our air and our water and it’s right now at a record clean. But when you look at China and you look at parts of Asia and you look at South America, and when you look at many other places in this world, including Russia, including many other places, the air is incredibly dirty, and when you’re talking about an atmosphere, oceans are very small ”. He also added, “ And it blows over and it sails over. I mean we take thousands of tons of garbage off our beaches all the time that comes over from Asia. It just flows right down the Pacific. It flows and we say, ‘Where does this come from?’ And it takes many people, to start off with.

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