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July 9, 2019

SNIPPET 1:



'1984 Moment' in Washington

President Trump on Monday delivered a lie-filled speech touting his administration's environmental record, claiming to be a protector of public lands while flanked by the former oil and coal lobbyists he has appointed as head of Interior and the EPA, respectively. As the New York Times reports, the idea for the speech was conceived inside Trump's 2020 campaign office, who see the president's environmental record as an obstacle for winning over moderate women and millennial voters. Trump heavily criticized the Green New Deal while not mentioning climate change once during the speech. Most of the president's claims on the achievements of his administration on clean air, water, oceans and emissions reductions were either exaggerations, outright lies, or attributable to the previous administration, multiple outlets report. "This speech is a true ‘1984’ moment," David Victor, director of the Laboratory on International Law and Regulation at the University of California, San Diego, told the Times.


SNIPPET 2:

DC Floods 💧💧💧 As Trump Ignores Climate

The Washington, DC metro area was inundated with rain Monday as flash floods stranded commuters in their cars and Metro stations, forced Amtrak to suspend service, and flooded parts the White House basement. Dramatic videos on social media show cars driving through flooded streets as the DC and Arlington police and fire departments made more than 65 water rescues collectively. More than 3 inches of rain fell at Reagan National Airport in one hour--nearly the equivalent of one average months' worth of rainfall for the area--making Monday Washington's seventh-wettest July day on record since 1871. Warmer air caused by climate change can hold more moisture, creating conditions more favorable for heavy precipitation.


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