Greta Thunberg trolled President Trump by recycling his previous insults against her, telling him to 'work on his anger management problem'
- Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg used President Trump's own words against him, tweeting that he should "work on his anger management problem" and should "chill" about the election.
- Thunberg was referring to when Trump mocked her late last year for winning Time's Person of the Year.
- "So ridiculous. Donald must work on his Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Donald, Chill!" Thunberg wrote in her viral tweet.
- Thunberg's message came as Trump spent Thursday afternoon going on a Twitter offensive about unfounded allegations of voter fraud.
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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg trolled President Trump on Twitter late on Thursday, suggesting he should "work on his anger management problem" and "chill" about the election.
Thunberg's words were a reference to an insult that Trump had previously used about her in December last year when he mocked her for winning Time's Person of the Year.
At the time, the president told the 17-year-old that she should work on her "anger management problem" and "go to an old-fashioned movie with a friend."
Almost a year later — and as Trump's grip slipped on the 2020 Election — Thunberg clapped back, writing on Twitter: "So ridiculous. Donald must work on his Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Donald, Chill!" she wrote.
Her message was a word-for-word take on Trump's response, even using the random capitalization he had used in his tweet.
Here's a side-by-side of both tweets:
Thunberg's message came as Trump spent Thursday afternoon going on a Twitter offensive about unfounded allegations of voter fraud.
At the time of writing, Thunberg's witty clap back has gotten more than 1.4 million likes.
In October, the teenage climate activist endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, who has made tackling climate change a priority of his presidential campaign, recently outlining a $1.7 trillion plan to invest in clean-energy infrastructure over the next ten years.
Although the Trump administration formally exited the Paris climate agreement on Wednesday, Biden pledged that he would rejoin the accord on the first day of his presidency if he wins the election.
The chances of Biden winning the 2020 Election are increasing, as he overtook President Trump in the battleground state of Georgia at around 4.30 a.m. on Friday.
Biden is currently leading Trump in the state by more than 1,000 votes, according to data from Decision Desk HQ.
Georgia is a Republican stronghold and has voted for a Republican president in each of the last six elections.
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