The SPLC publishes some of his emails
Despite his claim that rumors about bedbugs were part of a “Radical Left” plot to spread false information about the property, the Doral Golf Club settled a lawsuit with a patron over bed bugs just two years ago.
How Trump’s Brand of Grievance Politics Roiled a Pennsylvania Campaign (N.Y. Times)
The Republican Party and its candidates, particularly in state and local campaigns, are increasingly being reshaped in President Trump’s image, adopting his laundry list of political opponents and his willingness to go to great lengths to spite them.
In conversations with Mr. Scavo and his all-white supporters, this was not a race-blind anxiety, but a conscious fear around what they see as the replacement of traditional, white American culture. The message was constantly amplified by ominous reporting and commentary from conservative, pro-Trump media outlets.
Every four years, a panel issues a report on climate change. Our moron President, like most Republicans, dismisses human involvement in climate change, so it’s fitting that this is the first report issued by the Trump administration. Among its conclusions:
The frequency and severity of allergic illnesses, including asthma and hay fever, are expected to increase as a result of a changing climate, it said, and warming temperatures are projected to alter the geographic range of disease-carrying insects and pests, exposing more people to ticks that carry Lyme disease and mosquitoes that transmit viruses such as Zika, West Nile and dengue.
“Communities in the Southeast, for example, are particularly vulnerable to the combined health impacts from vector-borne disease, heat, and flooding,” the report said.
Agriculture will be particularly affected, it said, with new challenges to livestock health, declines in crop yields and quality, and extreme weather will threaten rural livelihoods, sustainable food security and price stability.
“Increases in temperatures during the growing season in the Midwest are projected to be the largest contributing factor to declines in the productivity of U.S. agriculture,” the report said.
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