On Monday, the President took to Twitter to repeat a joke he frequently makes during winter weather events - this time the record-breaking, polar vortex-caused cold that's sweeping the midwest this week - as a reason climate change can not be real.
Trump has also pulled out of the Paris Agreement that aims to combat climate change by keeping a global temperature rise this century well below 2 degrees above pre-industrial levels.
Once again, Trump is confusing weather with climate - the temperature outside in a given place at a given time says nothing about global temperature trends. "In coming days, expected to get even colder", Trump wrote.
NOAA's tweet also included a link to an article on their website, titled "Are record snowstorms proof that global warming isn't happening?"
Here's how NASA explains it: Weather is the condition in the atmosphere are over a short period of time.
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There are many reasons Trump may be against addressing climate change, but one thing is clear: he doesn't understand the science behind it.
"With the blast of severe winter weather affecting the USA, we often get asked about the relationship between cold weather and climate change", Allen said.
The Climate Reality Project, launched by former Vice President Al Gore, tweeted: "Yes, it's cold".
It wouldn't be the first time Trump's beliefs about global warming have contradicted data affirmed by his own government.
In December 2017, the president suggested that global warming doesn't exist - but, once again, thought it could help against the cold.
THE FACTS: While the Midwest is in the grip of a chill that's likely to set records, Earth is still considerably warmer than it was 30 years ago and especially 100 years ago. That's why the hottest 5 years on record for our planet have all occurred since 2014.
2018 came in at the fourth-hottest year on record, according to the United Nations' World Meteorological Organization.