‘Liberal’ Boris is making huge mistake with wind energy says Trump – ‘Horrible windmills’

Trump rages over windmill park near his Scottish golf course

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In an exclusive interview the former American president gave to Nigel Farage for GB News, Mr Trump reiterated his critical views on renewable energies with a particular emphasis on ‘destroying’ windmills.

After Farage underlined that Boris Johnson and President Joe Biden bonded over wind energy and net-zero promises at COP26, Mr Trump said he did not believe in wind energy for a second.

He said on air: “I think wind is ridiculous.

“Wind is a horrible thing for Scotland and I got to see it because I have big properties in Scotland and Ireland.

“I look at these magnificent fields with these horrible windmills all over them with some turbines that had started to rust.

“Because once they are there for a couple of years they start to rust and wear out and look terrible, even worse.”

In his opinion, the former US president thinks wind turbines are “destroying” landscapes in the UK, on top of killing birds and requiring public funds to be financially sustainable.

He added: “The environmentalists are liking this stuff, I think they hate the world.

“In Aberdeen, they built this big wind farm in the ocean, I think it’s so disgusting to look at, it’s a shame.”

Mr Trump, who owns several golf circuits in Scotland, said he has witnessed the immediate effect of “monster” 30 feet tall (100 meters) windmills on landscapes.

He also claims the turbine structures are an expensive form of energy as they have to be replaced every ten years.

The BBC reports the lifespan of the blades is 25 years while the whole windmill itself is around 20 years according to the American Environmental Protection Agency.

Donald Trump then criticized Boris Johnson for his commitments to boosting the production of sustainable energy given the UK has hydrogen resources already.

He said: “Boris is wrong. If he is going heavy on wind he is making a big mistake.

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“I like him, I’ve always got along with him, he’s gone a little bit on the more liberal side.

“I’m surprised he would allow that to happen with energy because you have one of the most beautiful countries in the world and you are destroying it and you’re destroying it with all these wind turbines all over the place and you don’t need them.”

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