The “Climate Crisis” is so important it gets aired at 10 p.m. on a Friday night?
Join CNN’s Dana Bash for a special town hall with U.S. Special Presidential Envoy, John Kerry, and the White House climate team. CNN Town Hall – The Climate Crisis airs tonight at 10 p.m. ET pic.twitter.com/a0BBY2ZIFD
— CNN (@CNN) April 23, 2021
“CNN Town Hall: The Climate Crisis” will air Friday at 10 p.m. ET. It coincides with this week’s celebration of Earth Day and will come the day after the Biden administration’s conference on global warming. The town hall will feature special presidential envoy for climate John Kerry, White House national climate advisor Gina McCarthy, US Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm answering questions about the Biden-Harris climate policy. CNN anchor and chief political correspondent Dana Bash will moderate.
Maybe John Kerry will ride his scooter to the event?
High-profile climate summit at the White House. Low-profile ride back to State. My EV isn't jealous… pic.twitter.com/bigrdqhP3O
— Special Presidential Envoy John Kerry (@ClimateEnvoy) April 23, 2021
Oh, and remember that Project Veritas clip on how CNN will next push climate change?
Just a week ago, Project Veritas exposed a CNN director admitting CNN's "focus was to get Trump out of office… Our next thing is going to be for climate change awareness— fear sells."
Tomorrow, they're hosting a town hall titled 'The Climate Crisis'
See how it works now? pic.twitter.com/MiWXDLWScD
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) April 22, 2021
Meanwhile, President Joe Biden flew from D.C. to Wilmington, Del. because climate emissions don’t count if you’re president:
This weekend, #Biden has two things on his public schedule, acc'd to WH daily guidance:
• Saturday: Going to Wilmington, Delaware, with a WH departure time of 10:10a Eastern
• Sunday: Returning to the WH, with a WH arrival time of 9:20p pic.twitter.com/0tA4qMfeUa
— Devon Heinen (@DevonHeinen) April 24, 2021
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