‘I don’t think science knows’: Trump denies climate change link to wildfires – video

The US president is urged to recognise the changing climate and what it means to forests, during a briefing on the wildfires in California on Monday. Trump interrupts an official, Wade Crowfoot, the secretary of California’s Natural Resources Agency, to argue the climate ‘will start getting cooler, you just watch’. Crowfoot responds: ‘I wish science agreed with you.’ To which Trump retorts: ‘I don’t think science knows actually’

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