Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says Greta Thunberg can criticize 'after she studies economics'

Elias Hubbard
January 24, 2020

The 17-year-old doesn't seem to be fazed by the president's attacks and even said they were "funny" in a December 2019 interview with BBC radio.

The searing speech followed comments by US President Donald Trump, who blasted environmental "prophets of doom and their predictions of the apocalypse" made during the same conference.

Reporters desired Mnuchin's ideas and also the Trump cupboard participant had not been having it.

"Is she the chief economist?" he joked.

When asked just how Thunberg's idea to remove nonrenewable fuel sources would certainly impact the UNITED STATE economic climate- Hint: It would certainly break down- Mnuchin could not have his condescension.

"I'm not going to criticize anyone who's bringing their energy and voice", Ivanka said of Thunberg.

"After she goes and studies economics in college, she can come back and explain that to us", he recommended.

To her supporters around the world, Thunberg has become a role model, not least for her criticism of USA policy, particularly President Donald Trump´s decision to pull the country out of the Paris accord to limit global warming.

Isn' t it something that environment extremists appearance to psychologically struggling kids to advertise their alarmism?

Naturally, AOC jumped to Thunberg's protection.

Thunberg fired back herself on Twitter, saying, "It doesn't take a college degree in economics to realise that our remaining 1,5° carbon budget and ongoing fossil fuel subsidies and investments don't add up". Interestingly enough, her subscribers had earlier welcomed the first daughter to get in touch with Thunberg as part of the former's Pledge to American Workers. "I've always anxious about the fact that so often, in terms of humanity, we leave things too late so you have to hit a brick wall and experience a catastrophe before anything happens".

Shortly before leaving the Swiss ski resort, Trump said he would have "loved" to have met the activist, Time magazine's Person of the Year.

"Everything I have tried to do and urge, over the past fifty years has been done with our children and grandchildren in mind, because I did not want to be accused by them of doing nothing except prevaricate and deny the problem", Prince Charles said.

She should appear happier, go to the movies and go to college before she opens her mouth.

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