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Donald Trump sends sarcastic plea to 'Global Waming' instead of 'Warming' asking it to come back

Rodolfo Vieira
Jan 29, 2019
04:13 P.M.
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Donald Trump recently issued a tweet regarding global warming, but instead of writing it correctly, he spelled it "global waming."

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The President has addressed the climate on several occasions in the past but this time he was referring to the cold temperatures felt in the Midwest.

Trump, in an ironic tone, asked "what the hell is going on with Global Waming," a topic that he once believed to be a hoax.

45th President of the United States Donald Trump - Getty Images

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THE GLOBAL WARMING CONSPIRACY

It has been reported that the temperatures in the Midwest are reaching minus 60 degrees, a new record, and that Americans can expect them to drop even more.

Before becoming President of the U.S., the 72-year-old mogul referred to global warming as a concept "created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive."

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"What the hell is going on with Global Waming?"

That same belief was reportedly used by Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, but when asked by the media why it was a hoax, the now President would refer to his claims as merely a joke.

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Back in 2018, during an interview on CBS' "60 Minutes," Trump claimed he no longer believed that global warming was a hoax and that there was "probably a difference," even though he didn't know if it was man-made.

In November, the President addressed the issue once again by asking the question "whatever happened to Global Warming?" Still, despite the most recent tweet about the subject, Trump's misspelling captured all the attention.

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THE "HAMBERDER" CRISIS

But this wasn't the first time the President misspelled a word. Not long ago, Trump decided to celebrate the Clemson Tigers football team's 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship by serving them fast-food.

The problem was the tweet posted by the mogul, who wrote "hamberders" instead of hamburgers. The tweet was later deleted and replace, but, by then, several people had already screenshotted the hilarious mistake.

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