Presidential election: When the words of science and politics intersect

If you are comfortable in the English language and you don't miss a thing of American politics, particularly related to scientific questions, rush to this interactive crossword puzzle offered by Science. And if you are an experienced cruciverbist, and prefer the “old-fashioned” method with a pencil and possibly an eraser, without any clue, the scientific journal offers you to download a pdf version that you can print.

In this grid, reference is made to what Scientific American magazine has done for the first time since its founding 175 years ago (Horizontal 34), to the Global Climate Agreement signed in 2015 and of which the United States United have withdrawn (Vertical 7) or the star epidemiologist of the White House task force (Horizontal 24).

Covfefe, that incomprehensible term that Donald Trump tweeted around the world in 2017, would he be there too, as the title of the Science article that accompanies the launch of his game suggests? To find out, you just have to try your luck.

“May citizens of all political stripes unite to fill this grid,” Science laughs.

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