Trump: ‘I’d like to see the whole world wiped off the map’

  • September 26, 2021

President Donald Trump has warned that the world could be wiped off its face, calling it “very dangerous”.

The comments were made during an interview on Fox News’ Hannity, as he continued to battle with a spate of health scares.

“I’d love to see all of the countries wiped off of the face of the earth,” Mr Trump said.

“It would be very bad. “

“If it was very bad, we’d be in a situation where we’d have to evacuate.” “

Mr Trump’s comments came after the president was interviewed by Fox News on Wednesday, in which he said he would be “very happy” to see world nations “wiped off the face.” “

If it was very bad, we’d be in a situation where we’d have to evacuate.”

Mr Trump’s comments came after the president was interviewed by Fox News on Wednesday, in which he said he would be “very happy” to see world nations “wiped off the face.”

“I think it’s very, very dangerous, and if we don’t have water and we don ‘t have electricity, we don’ t have food, we wouldn’t be able to function at all,” Mr Donald Trump said, adding that he’d like the world to be “displaced”.

“If we have a lot of hurricanes and a lot storms, and a very bad winter, we have to get rid of the entire world,” he said.

Mr Trump has previously warned of global warming, which he has suggested is a conspiracy theory.

“We’re going to see a lot more of this.

It’s just a theory, but we’re going, and I think it is a very, much bigger conspiracy,” he told ABC Radio in April.

“The climate is changing.

“And if we see a bad weather event, if it happens, and then there’s a lot flooding, then you have to make sure that the water gets out of your city, and that’s going to happen, and you have lots of flooding.” “

The president also recently blamed a drought in the western United States on climate change. “

And if we see a bad weather event, if it happens, and then there’s a lot flooding, then you have to make sure that the water gets out of your city, and that’s going to happen, and you have lots of flooding.”

The president also recently blamed a drought in the western United States on climate change.

He has also blamed the recent deaths of two men in Colorado Springs for the drought, and said he was “looking into the possibility” of cancelling the Keystone XL pipeline, which carries Canadian tar sands oil from Canada to the Gulf Coast.

The president has also said that if he was elected, he would “send all our coal miners back to Appalachia” in a bid to combat climate change, as well as the ongoing wildfires in western states.

The White House has yet to respond to the comments.