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FOX NEWS — On April 10, 2018, the New York Times ran a front-page story titled, “The Missing Link Between Donald Trump’s Election and the World’s First Global Crisis.”

The article was a two-part article, the first of which appeared on April 12, 2018.

It reported that a “federal emergency declaration was issued by President Donald Trump for the United States to launch a major emergency response to the global crisis in climate change.”

The story also reported that the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) had declared a major weather event to be underway and that the Department of Homeland Security was preparing to deploy up to 100,000 personnel to help with the relief effort.

“In the past two weeks, we’ve seen the U,S.

government respond to a global crisis, and we’re just now seeing the ramifications of that,” New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

“What has been so amazing, however, is how quickly we’ve begun to get these messages out, especially in the context of what’s happening in the U., which is, of course, New York.”

Trump’s executive order that gave the U: 1,000 new troops to fight climate change, to include 350,000 U..

S.-trained soldiers.

Trump also signed an executive order on April 19 that called for the deployment of 100,0000 additional troops, to be led by the Department, to help fight climate chaos.

The order also gave the military authority to deploy troops to assist local police and fire departments in fighting climate chaos, a decision that Trump said would be “very expensive and will not work.”

Trump has also announced a new budget for the Department that would be $7 billion to $8 billion in 2018, according to the Washington Post.

The Trump administration has said the military is not necessary to deal with climate change.

In addition to Trump’s order, the U S has ordered the deployment and training of 1,500 National Guard troops to support the fight against the Zika virus and 1,300 National Guard soldiers to help support the relief efforts in Puerto Rico.

New York City was one of the first major cities to declare a major disaster.

The city’s mayor called the order “a very positive step.”

“We will be able to help in the areas that are most needed.

We will be providing support in those areas,” Mayor Bill De Blasio said on April 16.

“This is an order from the president, not a directive from the governor.”

The U. S. Navy is also planning to deploy the USS Yorktown to the Caribbean and the USS New Orleans to the Gulf of Mexico to help relief efforts.