Trump has previously expressed scepticism about climate change science. But that's little surprise, coming from a man who thinks something like "clean coal" can exist and that he has the "best words".
"In the East, it could be the COLDEST New Year's Eve on record", the US President tweeted about the record low temperatures in the US's eastern states, that have even caused a Minnesota waterfall to freeze.
There's the old saying about taking horses to the water.
In the past, Trump has also tried to downplay weather events that could be partially explained by global warming.
The US president has been described as "basically every stupid person everywhere rolled up into one" after he suggested his country could benefit from global warming.
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But there's a big difference between weather and climate, scientists say: Weather happens in the short term, while global climate systems influence weather over longer time scales. "The world is moving forward together on climate change".
He announced earlier this year his intention to pull out of the landmark Paris climate agreement aimed at curbing greenhouse gas production.
As usual, his loyal support base, which sometimes seems to swallow up anything and everything he puts out for them, greeted his latest tweet on the subject with its usual enthusiasm.
While not quite a direct response, the United Nations also posted a tweet, calling climate change "undeniable" and "real" just an hour after the president's tweet. This year's devastating hurricanes and wildfires, which could cost the US hundreds of billions of dollars, have also been exacerbated by climate change.