Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz has shot down Donald Trump’s speech at the World Economic Forum

Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz has shot down Donald Trump’s speech at the World Economic Forum for misrepresenting the economy and failing to address the problem of climate change.

In his speech to political and business leaders at Davos 2020, Mr Trump lauded a list of supposed achievements by his administration since taking office three years ago.

The youngster was sat down playing in the sand and watching his father exercise when more than a dozen ravenous mutts pounced on him.

Nolan, from the US, screamed for help as the dogs sunk their teeth into his young body and tore through his flesh.

Chuck Schumer, the Democratic minority Senate leader, called Mr McConnell’s timetable “nothing short of a national disgrace” and said it failed to stick to the rules adopted during Bill Clinton’s 1998 impeachment trial. He also vowed to propose amendments to the proposals.

“It’s clear Senator McConnell is hell-bent on making it much more difficult to get witnesses and documents and is intent on rushing the trial through,” he said.

Greta walked out while Trump was still stood on stage in order to deliver her own address to a smaller audience, in which she insisted on the need for greater actions on the climate.

In a swipe at the President, she said that it is no good planting trees across Africa ‘while at the same time forests like the Amazon are being slaughtered at an infinitely higher rate’.

We don’t want it done in 2050, 2030, or even 2021, we want it done now, Thunberg continues.

You might think we’re naive, but if you won’t do it, you must explain to your children why you’ve given up on the Paris Agreement goals, and knowingly created a climate crisis, she says.