Trump on climate change: 'Man-made or not, I mean, there's something there'

Trump tells '60 Minutes' that climate change will 'change back again'

Donald Trump No Longer Thinks Global Warming Is A Hoax But Believes The Climate Will 'Change Back' By Itself

Actor Alec Baldwin has urged voters to overthrow Donald Trump at the polls.

"I think something's happening". "I don't think it's a hoax".

"I don't think it's a hoax, I think there's probably a difference", he told journalist Lesley Stahl.

Trump: "When I say Obama did it, you don't want to talk about it".

Stahl, "I disagree but I don't want to have that fight with you".

Mr. Trump called climate change a hoax in November 2012 when he sent a tweet stating, "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make USA manufacturing non-competitive". "That doesn't mean that we can't compete or we're not allowed to compete with other nations that aren't doing what we're doing", he said.

Donald Trump just walked back his previous comments in which he stated that he felt global warming was a hoax created by the Chinese, but he still somehow doesn't think the current climate change is man-made. "Hopefully we'll go back to many years of having none".

On melting ice caps causing sea-level rise, Trump said: "And you don't know whether or not that would have happened with or without man."

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In terms of the chances that the climate will just "change back again", temperature records kept by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration show that the world has not had a cooler-than-average year since 1976 or a cooler-than-normal month since the end of 1985.

After some back and forth between 60 Minutes' Leslie Stahl and Trump over his claim that "people" had said that there were "worse" storms than Hurricane Michael, she asked Trump, "What about the scientists who say it's worse than ever?"

During Sunday's interview, Mr Trump cast doubt on making any changes, saying the scientists "have a very big political agenda".

The comments by Trump, who in June past year pulled the U.S. out of the historic Paris Agreement on climate change, was made during an interview with CBS's 60 Minutes.

Britain has a target to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent compared with 1990 levels by 2050, but campaigners have warned this does not go far enough to meet pledges made under the Paris climate agreement.

On a different topic, Mr Trump said that he's been surprised by Washington being a tough, deceptive and divisive place, though some accuse the former property tycoon of those same tactics. "Now I say they're babies".

"The way we implement change in America is through elections".

The report released last week by the IPCC says climate change can only be stopped if the world makes major, and costly, changes. "We need some fast!"

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