Al Gore, everyone:
— Graeme Wearden (@graemewearden) January 25, 2018
Al Gore: “if there’s a new president (at which point Al Gore offers a silent prayer), they could give 30 days notice and America would be back in the agreement.” https://t.co/xvMdmCEPVA
— Jeroen van de Weijer (@JeroenSH) January 25, 2018
But Gore only speaks to God (or Gaia?) about President Trump, not to the audience:
Climate change talk at #WEF18. @algore: “Our president is going to speak here tomorrow and I have no comment on that.” Chance that @realDonaldTrump will mention #climatechange in speech? “Zero” pic.twitter.com/IpmL9NBJno
— Donna Leinwand Leger (@DonnaLeinwand) January 25, 2018
Maybe Evangelical Christians embrace Donald Trump for all his faults because the alternative is politicians who do crap like this?
Gore was speaking at panel to urge world leaders to “step up their efforts to solve the climate crisis”:
— Al Gore (@algore) January 25, 2018
But then he admitted it’s not the United States who’s the driver of future emissions:
.@algore Al Gore: Two thirds of emissions are now coming from developing countries, although the problem has been created by the developed world. It’s a global problem that we have to solve together #stepup2018
— World Economic Forum (@Davos) January 25, 2018
Good luck “solving the climate crisis” when to do so means developing nations to to, you know, stop developing.
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