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Greta Thunberg urges Donald Trump to relax


Greta Thunberg mocked U.S. President Donald Trump tonight and urged him to relax as he continued to demand that the nation run out of votes in the presidential election.

The 17-year-old climate change activist used social media to make fun of the prime minister and urged him to "work on his anger management problem".

The news mimicked a tweet the president sent them last year in response to the announcement that the environmental activist had been named Person of the Year by Time magazine.

The teen went on Twitter to respond to the president's demands to stop the count and wrote, “So ridiculous. Donald has to work on his anger management problem and then watch a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Donald, chill! & # 39;

17-year-old Greta Thunberg made fun of US President Donald Trump when he continued to demand that the nation stop counting votes in the presidential election

Your comments come when President Trump launched an angry tweet calling for the presidential election counts to stop

Your comments come when President Trump launched an angry tweet calling for the presidential election counts to stop

The 17-year-old mimicked a tweet the president sent her last year, urging him to relax and work on his anger management problem.

The 17-year-old mimicked a tweet the president sent her last year, urging him to relax and work on his anger management problem.

Last December, President Trump urged Thunberg to "work on her anger management problem" and "make a good old-fashioned movie with a friend" after she became the youngest person to be named Person of the Year has been.

In his tweet last year, the president wrote, “So ridiculous. Greta has to work on her anger management problem and then watch a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Greta, chill! & # 39;

Following the president's comments, the then 16-year-old activist updated her Twitter bio with the words: “A teenager working on her anger management problem. I'm chilling out and watching a good old-fashioned movie with a friend. & # 39;

Thousands of Twitter users rushed to applaud Thunberg after she changed her biography to mock the president and the hashtag #GretaOutdidTrump started spreading across the social media platform.

Last month also the youth activist endorsed Democrat Joe Biden and urged voters to vote and vote on an environmental basis.

She said in a tweet: “From a climatic point of view, this is far from sufficient and many of you have of course supported other candidates. But I mean … you know … damn it! Just get organized and get everyone to vote #Biden. & # 39;

In 2019, the teenage girl with Asperger's Syndrome became the face of the youth climate movement and attracted large crowds with her appearances at protests and conferences.

Her angry accusations that world leaders were failing the younger generation made headlines, including shouts of "How dare you?" during the UN General Assembly last year.

A picture of her staring at Donald Trump as he entered the UN also quickly became a social media meme.

After she was named Person of the Year by Time Magazine, President Trump said Thunberg needed to relax and work on her anger management problem.

After being named Person of the Year by Time Magazine, President Trump said Thunberg needed to relax and work on her anger management problem.

The teen activist mocked the president and used his words to change her Twitter bio

The teenage activist mocked the president and changed her Twitter bio with his words

The school girl was seen at UN headquarters with an angry look on her face when President Trump walked in last year

The school girl was seen at UN headquarters with an angry look on her face when President Trump walked in last year

Late last year, Thunberg described herself as "a very happy young girl looking forward to a bright and wonderful future" after the president sarcastically said of her UN speech: "She seems to be a very happy young girl who is getting on a bright future. " and wonderful future. So nice to see. & # 39;

Her latest comments came when President Trump posted an angry tweet requesting that the counts for the presidential election stop early Thursday morning.

As the count dragged on, Mr Trump expressed confidence he would win the election but said his campaign would be sued in the battlefield states where his rival Joe Biden won.

& # 39; All of the states recently claimed by Biden are being challenged by us for election fraud and election fraud. Lots of evidence – just check out the media. WE WILL WIN! America First !, '' Trump wrote on Twitter Thursday morning.

The Trump campaign had a legal victory in Pennsylvania on Thursday when a judge ruled that election observers could watch officials count ballots within six feet.

Representatives from both campaigns were in the room to watch the counts, but at a greater distance due to the coronavirus. A district judge approved the Trump campaign, but the Democrats appealed to the state Supreme Court.

Meanwhile, the Biden campaign accused the Trump team of using the court system to delay the inevitable.

Joe Biden (in Wilmington, Delaware) accused the Trump team of using the court system to delay election results

Joe Biden (in Wilmington, Delaware) accused the Trump team of using the court system to delay election results

"What we see with these litigation is that it is unfounded and nothing more than an attempt to distract and delay the inevitable – Joe Biden will be the next President of the United States," said campaign manager Jennifer O & # 39; Malley Dillon said Reporters on Thursday morning.

The election result now depends on five states: Nevada, Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina and Pennsylvania.

Nevada, Arizona and Georgia had expected to end their counts Thursday, but then expectations changed.

The paper-thin borders in every state mean that now every ballot counts towards the result.

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