KEY POINTS

  • Greta Thunberg claps back at President Donald Trump.
  • President Donald Trump was criticized for attacking Greta Thunberg.
  • President Donald Trump appears to be obsessed with being on the cover of Time magazine. 

Greta Thunberg just clapped back at President Donald Trump after he urged the teenager to chill and watch a movie.

On her Twitter account, the 16-year-old changed her profile by responding to the POTUS’ controversial post.

“A teenager working on her anger management problem. Currently chilling and watching a good old-fashioned movie with a friend,” she wrote on her bio.

President Trump was recently criticized by the public for attacking a teenager who is on the spectrum. Thunberg has Asperger’s, and this wasn’t the first time that the POTUS targeted her online.

In September, Melania Trump’s husband made fun of the 16-year-old after hearing her passionate speech about the climate and the environment.

“She seems like a very happy young girl looking forward to a bright and wonderful future. So nice to see!” he tweeted.

At that time, Thunberg also changed her Twitter profile to respond to the president.

Meanwhile, “Morning Joe” hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski recently opened up about the POTUS’ tweet and said that Trump has always been obsessed with TIME magazine’s person of the year.

In 2017, The Atlantic reporter Adrienne Lafrance discussed the president’s desire to be on the cover of the highly-acclaimed publication and said that he’s obsessed with being on the cover.

Just days earlier, the POTUS tweeted about being asked to appear on the cover of the publication.

“Time Magazine called to say that I was PROBABLY going to be named ‘Man (Person) of the Year’ like last year. But I would have to agree to an interview and a major photoshoot. I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!” he posted.

Immediately after, a spokesperson from the publication said that they did not contact the president. They also said that President Trump is incorrect about how they choose the Person of Year. No information about their selection is released until the after publication.