I’m Sorry, Folks, He’s a Few French Fries Short of a Happy Meal


Trump Boasts The Ice Caps Are ‘Setting Records.’ But It’s For Melting.

And no one says “global warming” anymore because it’s “getting too cold all over,” he told Piers Morgan.

By Mary Papenfuss

President Donald Trump seemed to be in a fog about the facts of climate change during his British TV sit-down with Piers Morgan, which aired Sunday night.

Trump said in the ITV interview that the “polar ice caps were supposed to be gone by now,” but instead they’re “breaking records.”

“The ice caps were going to melt,” he said, “they were going to be gone by now. But now they’re setting records. They’re at a record level.”

Asked if he thinks that climate change is happening, Trump said, “There is a cooling, and there’s a heating. I mean, look, it used to not be climate change, it used to be global warming. Right? That wasn’t working too well because it was getting too cold all over the place.”