Trump doubted global warming due to frost on Thanksgiving Day

The President of the United States Donald Trump expressed skepticism about the theory of global warming in connection with the uncharacteristic of the United States with a wave of frost that are expected in the country on Thursday at Thanksgiving Day. The US President posted a message on his Twitter page.

“Hard and prolonged freezing can break all records. What happened to global warming? “he wrote.

On Thursday, at thanksgiving and the following days, temperatures in many cities in the United States are projected to drop to unusually low levels. For example, in new York on Thursday night is expected to minus 10 degrees Celsius, and during the day-to minus 3, although usually at this time of year the temperature is kept in the area plus 10 day and plus 5 night. In Washington, where at this time the temperature should also be positive, on Thursday night frosts are expected to minus 7 degrees, and during the day the temperature will stay near zero.

Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November. To celebrate this holiday, the Americans began in 1621, when the first settlers in the current state of Massachusetts after the harvest decided to pay tribute to the Lord. There was a table, and invited the Indians, who brought with them a strange bird, called the pilgrim Turkey. Gradually she has become an integral fixture this holiday.

The President of the United States has repeatedly expressed doubts that climate change on Earth is due to human impact. So, in October, in an interview with CBS, he said that there are scientists who disagree with the theory of global warming. He stressed that some researchers could take a position on climate change for political reasons.