|In January 2014 Trump publicly wondered how the United States could be spending money to combat what, in his words, was a “GLOBAL WARMING HOAX” |
Last October, when Trump was bitten by a New York autumn chill, the Republican presidential candidate snarked on Twitter that he could use “a big fat dose of global warming.” He told The Washington Post editorial board in March that he is “not a great believer in man-made climate change.”
The Trump Organization has submitted a permit to build a sea wall, which cites rising sea levels from climate change as a threat.
|But when it comes to protecting his own investments from global warming’s effects, Trump canned the screaming capital letters. Instead, Trump wants to curtail climate change with a wall. Not just the wall in Mexico. This wall would be in Ireland.|
The Trump International Golf Links Ireland, a golf course by the sea in Ireland’s County Care, faces the Atlantic’s pounding waves and coastal erosion.