US President Donald Trump admitted that he is "orange" however, blamed the energy-saving light bulbs for his colour, and everybody else's too.
Another absurd claim by Trump came during his address at the Republican retreat, wherein the US President, between taking digs at the Democratic presidential debates, bashed the energy-efficient light bulbs. His light-bulb comment came after the Trump administration decided to reverse former US President Obama's efficiency standards on light bulbs last week. Critics have condemned this move to be a threat to climate change by escalating energy use in the US.
He said, "The lightbulb. People said what’s with the lightbulb? I said here’s the story. And I looked at it, the bulb that we’re being forced to use, number one to me, most importantly, the light’s no good. I always look orange. And so do you. The light is the worst." As per an international report, Donald Trump's makeup artists have identified that his application of bronzer is 'atypical.'
"Does this light make me look orange?"— LittleDonnyTrump (@LitleDonnyTrump) September 13, 2019
"No, your face does"
Yes, and clean water makes his hair look stupid, and solar panels make his hands small, and clean air makes him say stupid things, and windmills, hopefully, will do their job on him.— Clark Griswold (@NotTodayLuv) September 13, 2019
Trump missed a session at the G7 Summit that was dedicated to climate change and the horrific Amazon wildfire that had the world concerned. As the world leaders took their seat around a round table to discuss the issue on August 26 in France, the chair for the US President Donald Trump remained vacant. Subsequent to his absence, the White House in a statement said that Donald Trump missed the meeting on climate change because he had bilateral meetings planned with India and Germany.
Press secretary Stephanie Grisham said, "The President had scheduled meetings and bilaterals with Germany and India, so a senior member of the Administration attended in his stead." However, both the leaders of the country, PM Modi and Germany Chancellor were present at the climate change summit.