Trump Tweets Response to ‘Global Crop Plague’

BREITBART – In response to the recent developments of the effects of genetically modified crops (GMO), President Donald Trump has tweeted his sympathies for the global south. The current talks in the General Assembly (GA) and Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD) have been addressing issues on biodiversity and food security, but have been rocked by the recent Reuters announcement of research questioning the legitimacy of their long-term solutions.

President Trump took to Twitter to express his concern for the countries affected by a crop plague specifically targeting non-GMO crops, especially corn and rice. His hashtag ‘I’m lovin it” points to the superiority of American-made food, such as the widely popular McDonalds, and shows the national success in combating threats to U.S. farming practices.