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Trump "Doesn't Believe" His Administration's Climate Change Report

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Trump 'Doesn't Believe' His Administration's Climate Change Report

Trump "Doesn't Believe" His Administration's Climate Change Report

President Donald Trump on Monday dismissed a climate change study produced by his own administration.

The study involved 13 federal agencies and more than 300 leading climate scientists.

It warned of the potentially catastrophic impact of climate change.

Trump told reporters on Monday that he read "some" of the report, saying, "I don't believe it." The report concludes that the world's temperature is rising and that human actions play a role in it.

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