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Obama’s personal climate change story about Malia’s asthma attacks goes up in smoke

President Obama is really starting to stretch the bounds of his climate change narrative.

In an interview that aired Wednesday on “Good Morning America,” the president said he had his own personal run in with the effects of climate change when his daughter Malia had asthma.

Yes, climate change is now responsible for asthma.

“Well you know, Malia had asthma when she was 4,” he said. “And because we had good health insurance, we were able to knock it out early.”

Of course a major, and much more likely, trigger for asthma attacks is second hand smoke.

You’d think a former smoker like Obama would know that.

The Twitterverse certainly did.

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Carmine Sabia

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