Pauline Hanson's fiery debate with Today's Deborah Knight

'No, Deb, let's stick to the facts here': Pauline Hanson's fiery exchange with Today's Deborah Knight as the One Nation leader is accused of being a climate change denier One Nation leader Pauline Hanson says that climate change is not man-made Appearing on the Today Show, she claimed climate change is 'fear-mongering' She has been campaigning for the controversial Adani coal mine in Queensland 

By Kelsey Wilkie For Daily Mail Australia and Australian Associated Press

Published: 01:04 BST, 23 April 2019 | Updated: 01:08 BST, 23 April 2019

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Pauline Hanson has been involved in a fiery debate with Today's Deborah Knight after claiming climate change is used as a 'fear-mongering' tactic by the left. 

The One Nation leader denied humans are responsible for global warming while speaking on Channel Nine program on Tuesday, asking Knight: 'What happened to the dinosaurs?' 

'How did they die off? Humans didn't create it,' said Ms Hanson, who is campaigning through Queensland and travelling in a car with sign writing: 'Pauline digs coal'.   

Today Show host Deborah Knight was in a fiery debate with One Nation's Pauline Hanson oin Tuesday. 'I didn't think you were a climate change denier though Pauline?' she said

Today Show host Deborah Knight was in a fiery debate with One Nation's Pauline Hanson oin Tuesday. 'I didn't think you were a climate change denier though Pauline?' she said

'This has been man-made, this fear mongering about climate change. If climate change is happening, it's not because man is causing it to happen, we've got volcano eruptions that actually spew up more carbon emissions - even the oceans do.'

Knight fired back, saying: 'I didn't think you were a climate change denier though Pauline?'

Senator Hanson said there was 'no scientific fact' about

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