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Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg rejected the idea of the meeting with President Trump, when she appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Friday.
“Would you Trump with him to help him, understanding climate change?” DeGeneres asked the 16-year-old.
“I don’t understand why I would do that,” Thunberg responded soberly, as the audience broke out in laughter. “”I don’t see what I could not tell him that he already heard, and I think it would be a waste of time, really,” according to USA Today.
In September, Trump sarcastic, the teenager praised for her activism, share a clip of her speech at the United Nations. “She seems a very cheerful young girl is looking forward to a bright and beautiful future. So nice to see you!”, the President tweeted.
In the clip, Thunberg was, scold the leaders of the world, and added that the world was at the beginning of a “mass extinction” and that all the managers could focus on was money.
“How dare you! My dreams and my childhood have stolen with their empty words, and yet, I’m one of the lucky ones,” she said.
According to Trump’s tweet, in what some describe as a bit of presidential trolling, she changed her Twitter bio, “A very happy young girls look forward to a bright and beautiful future.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin also weighed in Thunberg ‘ s U. N. speech, say you do not understand the complexity of the modern world. “I may disappoint you, but I do not share the General excitement about the speech of Greta Thunberg,” Putin said, according to Reuters. “No one has explained to Greta that the modern world is complex and different and … the people in Africa or also in many Asian countries want to live in the same wealth level than in Sweden.”
Thunberg was in Los Angeles on Friday for a rally by students opposed to the new fossil-fuel production, according to “USA Today”.
Thunberg said DeGeneres, that if you only details know about climate change, they believed it not really.
CLIMATE ACTIVIST GRETA THUNBERG, 16, TOLD THE HOUSE COMMITTEES: ‘UNITE BEHIND THE SCIENCE OF IT’ AND ‘TAKE REAL ACTION’
“I learned the basics of how the planet is warming because of increased greenhouse gases,” she recalls, “and then I couldn’t believe it, because I thought, if that’s really true, then surely, someone must have made. Then, verily, we would not take him seriously. But no one took it seriously.”
GRETA THUNBERG TURNS DOWN-FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, SAYS: “THE CLIMATE MOVEMENT DON’T NEED ANY MORE AWARDS‘
On Tuesday, Thunberg, an environmental award of the Nordic Council, refused stated that the climate movement “is no longer in need of excellent awards”. She said the Nordic countries have a very good reputation for climate and environmental protection, but looks can be deceiving.
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“The Nordic countries have a very good reputation around the world when it comes to climate and environmental protection. There is no shortage of boasting about it. There is no lack of beautiful words,” she wrote in an Instagram post. “But when it comes to our actual emissions, and our ecological footprints per head – if we, our consumption, our imports as well as air and Maritime transport-then it is a whole other story.”