Why Trump should stop tweeting on water: Experts from the world of water
The United States could use a few words of comfort for the nation’s water supply: It’s a watery mess.
The U.S. government has been drinking the water in more than a quarter-billion homes for decades, according to a new report from the American Association of Water Resource Administrators.
That’s because we have been using the same water as other countries around the world, the report said.
The agency’s report found that water in the United States was safe for drinking, but not safe for cooking, washing clothes, or bathing.
That means that we have an estimated 50 million people who use water that’s not safe.
The U.N. agency’s Water Quality Index ranks countries according to their water quality.
In the United Kingdom, the index ranks countries based on their ability to keep the water safe.
The report was released as Trump lashed out at the United Nations for its water-related policies.
The president tweeted on Monday: “The United Nations Water Framework Convention is a waste of taxpayer money that puts our country at risk.
It is a treaty that has been used to protect corporations, not the citizens of our country.
No more UN water!”
It is a total waste of our money and resources.
I have called for a boycott of the UN Water Framework, as have the many millions of Americans who have spoken out against this treaty.
“Trump also tweeted that the United Nation’s water “will be used to enrich the elites that run it and benefit them only.
The people of the United states deserve better than this.
No longer will they be protected by the United State of America.
It’s time to stand up for the people and our water.
“The report from Americans for Safe Drinking Water, an advocacy group, also said the U. S. has a higher rate of infant mortality than the rest of the world.
It found that the U-S.
has the highest rate of under-5 deaths in the world at about 3.3 deaths per 1,000 births.
The group also found that in 2015, the U S. suffered the second-highest rate of carbon emissions per capita in the industrialized world.
The report also found the U s pollution was tied with the Philippines for the second highest in the developed world behind China.