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Climate Warrior or Polluter? Kerry Faces Scrutiny over Personal Habits

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John Kerry, President Biden’s climate czar, faced criticism from a reporter about his carbon footprint while attending the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Kerry defended himself, stating he has made significant efforts to combat climate change.

This incident follows reports of Kerry stepping down from his role as special presidential envoy for climate.

“What’s the carbon footprint of these events every single year that you come here? Do you think it’s worth it — peasants paying for your crimes?” Australian reporter Avi Yemini asked.

“That’s a stupid question,” Kerry said.

“Nobody ever suggested that. Don’t make up stupid questions,” he added.

Kerry “found it difficult to justify his carbon footprint in attending the World Economic Forum each year in Davos,” Yemini said.

Since his appointment, Kerry has faced scrutiny for his extensive travel and past use of a private jet.

“John Kerry is an unelected bureaucrat who’s making decisions that have major impacts on the lives of Americans, the overwhelming majority of whom are going to be more worried about the cost of gas to drive their cars to work, not the cost of fuel to fly a jet to King Charles’ coronation,” Rep. Brian Mast said.

“He needs to understand that.”

Despite criticism, he has emphasized the importance of global transition to green energy.

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