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Morano on alleged 'climate refugees': "It is just the lowest common denominator of politics, and I don't even think fellow Democrats follow this stuff."
"A global warming legacy has eluded Kerry for decades – and this is his year, this is his moment," says Morano.
Speaking Monday in Valparaiso, Chile, Secretary of State John Kerry was asked why the term "climate refugees" does not exist in international law.
Kerry said the question was "right on point," and although the term is a new one, he expects it's "just a matter of time" before it is incorporated into international policy.
"We have climate refugees today," Kerry told a town hall meeting on the sidelines of an Oceans conference.