The grassland primary consumer is one of the primary constituencies that President Donald Trump is relying on to turn the tide on climate change.
According to the American Grassland Council, which tracks grassland voters in the 2016 election, they supported Trump by a margin of more than 11 percentage points.
But as Trump tries to reverse the effects of global warming, the grassland consumer is increasingly critical of the president’s efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
The grasslands consumer group also noted that the number of Americans living in the U.S. who consider themselves part of the grasslands has grown from 4.6 million in 2012 to 6.2 million in 2016.
The organization noted that by 2050, the number could reach 10 million Americans living on the U,S.
“There is a real disconnect between what is happening on the ground, what the administration is saying and what grassland consumers are telling us,” Andrew Zimbalist, a senior fellow at the conservative Center for American Progress, told Fox News.
“There’s a disconnect between the president and what he’s actually doing.”
Trump has long said he believes humans are causing climate change, and that humans have created the conditions for the planet to continue to warm, Zimbarist said.
“He doesn’t believe in climate science,” he said.
“He doesn of course not believe that the sun and the moon and the planets are responsible for the rise in global temperatures and the changes that we see.
So that’s why he’s focused on energy.”
According to the Center for Applied Energy and Environment, the median household income in 2016 was $55,300, which is about $6,300 less than it was in 2012.
In 2016, the U.,S.
had the lowest median household energy use per capita of any country in the world.
Zimbarism pointed out that the grass land consumer group has been working on issues such as climate change and environmental justice.
“It’s not about climate change; it’s about climate justice,” Zimballist said of the groups efforts.
“This is about our climate and our economy.”
In an op-ed for the Hill, President Trump claimed that the American grassland community had supported him in 2016, noting that his victory “could have been a landslide for him, had we not fought back.”
“The grassland was our firewall, it was our economic engine,” Trump wrote.
“But the president doesn’t want to admit that.
He doesn’t recognize that the fight back was a long time coming.
He’s going to be fighting for a lot longer than that.”