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White House blocked intelligence agency’s written testimony saying human-caused climate change could be "possibly catastrophic"
The White House barred a State Department intelligence official from submitting written testimony to Congress after agency officials refused to excise the document's references to the scientific...
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tina cosentino 8 Jun 19
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Of course they did
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Ryan Patrick 8 Jun 19
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Good .. destroying the free market and taxing people isn’t going to fix the the climate that is always changing. Ask those yellow vest people
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Club Star Wars + 8 Jun 19
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catmomus 8 Jun 19
Mic drop.
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Matilde Araya C. 8 Jun 19
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Lamentablemente no se espera de las "superpotencias"😔
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Matilde Araya C. 8 Jun 19
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Me falto... no se espera más!!☺️
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Trumplandia viewer 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺 8 Jun 19
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This is Stalin-esque and before MAGAs get upset at the comparison of Dear Leader with the Soviet regime I’d highly recommend watching Chernobyl.
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Nataly Minkina 8 Jun 19
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What did you expect?! Trump despise intelligence & intelligence agencies. Trump also denies climate change & said that even the scientists proved it, he does not believe it. If WH would not block the testimony Trump would be inconsistent! At least this way he is logical.
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Dodger_98 8 Jun 19
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Just look at what climate change did to Mars!
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