Perhaps the most succinct summary of Trump's views on climate and weather was found in an interview he had with Hugh Hewitt:
“I believe there’s weather. I believe there’s change, and I believe it goes up and it goes down, and it goes up again. And it changes depending on years and centuries"
It is good to know he believes in weather. Not everyone does. And he believes that weather changes. So far so good.
Trump does not like TV weathercasters. He wants them off the air. Not a good sign.
He might be right that they are looking for headlines and ratings.
Bottom line: The Donald does not believe weather forecasts and wants to avoid any talk of weather on the media, perhaps because it reminds him how sensitive his hair is to even weak gusts (see below).
Wind is a major concern of Donald Trump, for obvious reasons
Global Warming and Climate Change
Donald Trump believes global warming is a hoax, as demonstrated by a number of his tweets:
There are dozens of his tweets like this; Trump believes global warming is a get rich squick scheme devised by greedy climatologists and the Chinese (see below).
The Weather Wall
In fact, Temple University Physicist Rongia Tao has proposed 1000 ft high walls that he claims would deal a death knell to tornadoes (as well as stop the passage of illegals). Trump is going to inspire a generation of wall builders.
Here is what the wall would look like. Impressive.