Greta Thunberg wipes Donald Trump’s sarcastic attack
Greta Thunberg wiped Donald Trump's sarcastic Twitter attack and said, "I knew he was going to say something about me & # 39; after she hit the world leaders of the United Nations.
The US president wrote that Thunberg seems to be a very happy young girl looking forward to a beautiful and beautiful future, clearly meant as a mocking reaction to her emotionally charged speech.
Trump had already infuriated the 16-year-old by turning her upside down when he arrived at the UN climate summit on Monday.
But today in a Swedish talk show from New York, the teenage climate activist said that Trump & # 39; s spot & # 39; makes no difference & # 39 ;.
Greta Thunberg, shown on a Swedish New York talk show, said Donald Trump's mockery of her UN climate speech makes no difference & # 39;
Donald Trump sarcastically mocked Greta Thunberg in a tweet (above) after her passionate plea for climate action at the UN climate summit on Monday
Thunberg has already adopted Trump & # 39; s description of her for her own Twitter profile.
Asked about the tweet by talk show host Fredrik Skavlan on SVT, She said in English: & I mean, you can interpret it in different ways, in many different ways.
& # 39; I knew he was going to say something about me one day and it was as if it didn't differ in any way. & # 39;
Asked if she had read sarcasm in his tweet, she said: & # 39; Of course I do … but of course he will write that. & # 39;
The 16-year-old, who today has an & # 39; Alternative Nobel Prize & # 39; of £ 83,000 raised for her activism, also spoke of the icy & # 39; death stare & # 39; to Trump, who has already become a viral meme.
The audience of the talk show laughed when the image was shown of Thunberg silently looking at the back of the president as he entered the room.
The American filmmaker Michael Moore, who was also in the Swedish show, joked that Trump could & # 39; feel & # 39; feel even if he couldn't see it.
The environmentalist changed her Twitter biography yesterday afternoon in response to Donald Trump's criticism
Greta Thunberg & # 39; s & # 39; death stare & # 39; on Donald Trump (above) when he upstaged her at the UN climate summit on Monday has already become a viral meme on social media
Thunberg said: & I was stopped because he suddenly came in and the security said: "You have to move aside".
& # 39; Then I wondered what was going on and then he showed up, I think I was very shocked, & # 39; she said.
The Swedish program was recorded this morning and will be broadcasted on Friday.
Trump, who previously claimed that climate change is a Chinese hoax, set up Thunberg by walking into the UN climate summit on Monday.
The president was not expected to show his face at all, but was briefly present to listen to Indian leader Narendra Modi.
He was not there to hear Thunberg's passionate plea in which she repeatedly asked world leaders: & # 39; How dare you? & # 39 ;.
Greta Thunberg appeared in the Swedish talk show & # 39; Skavlan & # 39; with filmmaker Michael Moore and presenter Fredrik Skavlan to discuss her queue with Donald Trump
Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg, pictured this week at the UN in New York City, has an £ 83,000 & # 39; Alternative Nobel Prize & # 39; won for its environmental activism
& # 39; This is completely wrong. I shouldn't be here. I should be back at school on the other side of the ocean, & she said.
& # 39; Yet you have come to us young people for hope. How dare you? & # 39; You have stolen my dreams, my youth with your empty words.
& # 39; Yet I am one of the lucky ones. People suffer, people die, entire ecosystems collapse, and all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth. How dare you?
& # 39; The eyes of future generations are focused on you and if you choose to make us fail, I say we will never forgive you. We won't let you get away with this. & # 39;
Thunberg arrived in New York last month after a two-week trip by yacht because she refuses to fly for environmental reasons.
She has promised to take part in a protest in Montreal on Friday and will come to Chile for a climate summit later this year.
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