Activists Melt Down After Trump Leaves ‘Climate Change’ Out Of His Earth Day Message
President Donald Trump’s Earth Day message Monday does not mention climate change but does tout American jobs and the U.S. economy.
Trump’s message touted the president’s land management reforms and efforts to protect the U.S. water supply. “On this day, we reaffirm our responsibility to protect God’s wondrous creation for future generations,” the president noted in his message. Trump’s Earth Day memo didn’t hit the right mark for some activists.
Obama-era appointee Andrew Weinstein took offense to Trump’s message. (RELATED: Flashback: Earth Day Co-Founder Killed His Girlfriend, Shoved Her ‘Mummified Body’ In A Closet)
issued a statement on Holocaust Remembrance Day that didn’t mention the Jewish people or anti-Semitism?” he said in a tweet Monday that has since been taken down. “Well today he issued a message for #EarthDay that doesn’t mention climate change.” Former President Barack Obama appointed Weinstein to the Committee on the Arts