Greta Thunberg sends an ironic farewell to Donald Trump on Twitter.
It's a return carriage for Trump's ridicule at the 2019 UN climate conference
Greta Thunberg mocks Donald Trump as a "happy old man".
Thunberg and Trump have been exchanging blows on Twitter for a long time
Greta Thunberg welcomes the stop of the Keystone XL oil pipeline by the new US President Joe Biden
Stockholm - With a
, the Swedish
climate activist Greta Thunberg
adopted the retirement of
the now former US President
“He looks like a very happy old man looking forward to a bright and wonderful future.
So nice to see! ”She wrote on her Twitter post.
Underneath, she posted a picture of Trump
into the "Marine One" helicopter in front of the White House
shortly before his successor
Joe Biden took
The helicopter brought Trump yesterday on his last flight with the state machine "Air Force One" to his
resort Mar-a-Lago in Florida.
He seems like a very happy old man looking forward to a bright and wonderful future.
So nice to see!
- Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) January 20, 2021
In the tweet, Greta Thunberg made fun of Trump with his own wording.
He tweeted in 2019: “She looks like a very happy young girl who is looking forward to a bright and wonderful future.
So nice to see! ”.
Thunberg had just given an
emotional speech at the United Nations in New York
in which she attacked politicians for their inaction in the face of the climate crisis.
Trump will have to do without a counterattack, as his Twitter account is still blocked.
Greta Thunberg: Exchange of blows with Donald Trump on Twitter
The top is not the first time that
Thunberg and Trump have
an exchange on Twitter.
Trump asked the well-known climate activist Thunberg to “chill” in December 2019 after the Swede
had been named Personality of the Year by
in December 2019
Joe Biden's election victory
, Thunberg asked him to “chill”.
On Tuesday, one day before Joe Biden's inauguration, Greta Thunberg had already commented on one of Biden's hoped-for decisions on Twitter: “Biden plans
Keystone XL pipeline
That would be a great start and a crucial first step. "
Donald Trump: Regular ridicule of Greta Thunberg
18-year-old Greta Thunberg
had to put up with repeated
ridicule from the US President
Trump has also repeatedly expressed doubts about man-made climate change - the life issue of the 18-year-old Swede.
So Thunberg shouldn't be very sad that Twitter has permanently blocked the ex-president's account.
(CK, with dpa and AFP)