Signs of climate change affect White House scenic spot

Rising sea levels near US seat of government affects Tidal Basin reservoir's visitors.

    US President Donald Trump has repeatedly called climate change a hoax, but rising water levels at a beauty spot near the White House may be making a mockery of his denials.

    So far, he's not commented on the frequent flooding affecting the area near the seat of his presidency.

    Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro reports from Washington, DC.


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