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The Two-Way

Trump's Election Leaves Scientists In A Climate Of Uncertainty

At a meeting in San Francisco, thousands of researchers are pondering how they can influence President-elect Donald Trump's thinking on climate change.

Jon Batiste carries his melodica with him pretty much all the time. "I always have it," he says. "It's kind of like my murse — a man purse." Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Very Jon Batiste Christmas

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Trump's Election Leaves Scientists In A Climate Of Uncertainty

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