Late Monday, Trump tweeted about the brutal and risky wind chills hitting the middle of the country, and even asked global "waming" (sic) to "please come back fast".
"In the handsome Midwest, windchill temperatures are reaching minus 60 degrees, the coldest ever recorded", Trump tweeted.
"In the attractive Midwest, windchill temperatures are reaching minus 60 degrees, the coldest ever recorded. In coming days, expected to get even colder", Trump wrote.
The public seems to be accepting the scientific view over Trump's.
The United Nations has labelled climate change a "defining issue of our time" due to the drastic modifications in weather patterns caused by over a century of industrialisation.
If you cared about facts, you would know that climate change doesn't only cause temperatures to increase.
It was not the first instance where the president mocked global warming.
The Climate Reality Project, launched by former Vice President Al Gore, tweeted: "Yes, it's cold".
"According to the map, climate change could actually bestow net economic benefits... on the Pacific Northwest, parts of the Interior West, the upper Midwest, and New England, even as it creates stark losses in the Southwest, Southeast, and Florida", the study notes.
"Many of the jurisdictions that have selected political leaders opposed to climate policy are the most exposed to the harms of climate change", the authors note.
"In the East, it could be the COLDEST New Year's Eve on record. Yes, our climate is still changing", and linked to a blog post explaining how that could be and what a polar vortex is. "And it certainly doesn't mean that we can stop working to cut emissions and solve the climate crisis".