After his years of talking to plants, Prince Charles regarded as best qualified to explain Global Warming to vegetable.

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After his years of talking to plants, Prince Charles regarded as best qualified to explain Global Warming to vegetable

US President Donald Trump is coming to the UK for a state visit on June 3rd. Prince Charles has agreed to meet with him at Clarence House.

After his years of talking to plants, Prince Charles regarded as best qualified to explain Global Warming to vegetable.

The Prince is passionate about environmentalism and is expected to give a seminar to Mr. Trump to aid in his education. Subjects to be covered include, ‘water is wet’, ‘ice is cold’, ‘the Earth is getting warmer’, and ‘warm ice melts.’ A spokesman for Prince Charles said, ‘Though these can be difficult concepts to grasp, the Prince is committed to leading President Trump step by step through these key points, so that he might better understand what is happening to the world around him.

President Trump is well-known for being a climate-change skeptic.

Prince Charles believes that this is because he does not have the thorough grounding in the issues at hand required to make sense of the information he is being given. The spokesman continued, “If Mr. Trump indeed does not know that when ice is heated, it melts and become wet water, than of course the related issues of climate change will be beyond him.”

Prince Charles warned against “potentially catastrophic global warming” during a speech in March. He also said, “We demand the world’s decision makers take responsibility and solve this crisis.” In contrast, in 2017 the Trump administration withdrew from the Paris climate accords.

“The Prince is confident that if Mr. Trump can understand the first concept of water being wet, then the rest of the steps will get easier,” said his spokesman. When asked how the Prince was planning on achieving this, he said, “I think he is planning on pouring a bucket of water over Mr. Trump’s head. Failing that, we might just lob him into the Thames. As the hottest summer on record approaches due to climate change, it should be at quite a pleasant temperature.”

(Additional Material: Simon Paul Miller)
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