Astrophysicist Totally Shuts Down Trump’s Boast About Having A ‘Natural Instinct For Science’ 🔥

President Trump is a climate change denier. He’s also a denier of many other things: Russian collusion, the existence of racism, the basic tenets of honesty. That doesn’t stop him, however, from trying to speak out of one corner of his mouth while doing the exact opposite. In an interview with the Associated Press, the President explained that the climate is changing but it “goes back and forth, back and forth.” He went on to say that he has a “very good instinct for science.”

These comments immediately got shut down by Dr. Katie Mack, an astrophysicist and assistant professor at North Carolina State University.

This started a debate over talent vs. hard work.

Of course, others had harsh words for the President.

And while some quibbled over what “instinct” means, most pushed back…hard.

Regardless of what President Trump says, this doesn’t change the fact that a landmark United Nations report was just issued saying that we could hit a climate crisis point as early as 2040 if drastic global action isn’t taken immediately.

H/T: New York Times, Twitter, CNN, Huffington Post