Anti-Trump Senator Gets Skewered For Response To President's Tweet

Anti-Trump Senator Gets Skewered For Response To President's Tweet
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts responded to President Donald Trump’s Thursday tweet, in which he questioned the concept of global warming, by announcing that she ‘believes in science’ — only to be questioned relentlessly on how exactly her scientific belief applies to issues like abortion or her supposed Native American ancestry.

Trump’s tweet, which seems to conflate weather and the broader environmental trends climate scientists attempt to model, reiterates his often repeated claim that international agreements designed to combat global warming, like the Paris accords, amount to a cynical attempt by foreign nations to drain U.S. resources.
  Warren quickly responded, asserting that “climate change is real and we have a moral obligation to protect this Earth for our children and grandchildren.”
  Twitter users mobilized immediately, asking Warren how her belief in science governed her position on the question of human conception, the link between sex and gender, and her self-identification as a Native American.
 
 Source: Daily Caller

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