Trump moves to de-fang global warming science with ‘climate review panel’ led by Princeton physicist
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| Marc Morano
5/28/2019 1:46 PM EST
President Donald Trump and his administration are planning an attack on the science upon which climate change policy rests
The administration’s new climate review panel is led by a Princeton physicist famous for defending the use of carbon dioxide
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The demonization of carbon dioxide is just like the demonization of the poor Jews under Hitler,’ said William Happer
The president has publicly expressed skepticism of global warming
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President Donald Trump and his administration are planning an attack on the science upon which climate change policy...
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