Update: President Trump finally withdrew us from this scam. The left has gone apoplectic having put all their chips on this scam. The one point that anyone with the slightest modicum of intellect know, while climate change is real, it cannot be changed by siphoning off the wealth of our country.
Sadly many in this country accept the smoke and mirrors of the globalist interests who profit off of this false agenda. That said, we now have a President, unlike the last fool, looking out for our interests. Thank God we finally have a President putting us first, ahead of the globalist interest who would see us destroyed….WFM
Comment: ‘Global’ leaders will argue against the U.S. pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement for one reason and one reason only – we pay the lions share to fund the agreement. Obama who never paused a moment as he squandered U.S. taxpayer money on failed green initiative projects, paid two installments of 500 billion each, the second installment three days before he left office. He negotiated out further committment of 100 billion per year.  
Trump has to face climate change insurgents inside his administration, his daughter Ivanka and her Goldman Sachs paramour Jared Kushner. We did not elect either of them to office. The President needs stand his ground or his promises go down the drain along with our votes….WFM
At G-7, Trump’s Paris Agreement opposition will face economic arguments from world leaders
By Andrew O’Reilly, Fox News, May 24, 2017
With Trump’s inner circle split on the issue – climate change skeptics like chief strategist Steve Bannon and EPA administrator Scott Pruitt want the U.S. to drop out of the agreement, while former ExxonMobil CEO and current Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Trump’s daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner are in favor of remaining in the accord – analysts say that G-7 leaders have a prime opportunity to make their case to the U.S. president.
“What we have seen from Trump is he takes personally the one-on-one talks he has with other world leaders,” David Waskow, director of the World Resources Institute’s climate team, told Fox News. “That kind of persuasion can have some real effect if it is delivered in a very personal way.”
The rest of the G-7 nations – Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom – are all strong supporters of the Paris Agreement, as are the other 188 countries that have signed it, and the idea of the U.S. withdrawing from the accord has become a global concern. The U.S. is the world’s second-largest emitter of carbon dioxide and its adherence to the emissions-cutting deal penned under the Obama administration is seen, by some, as vital to keeping other nations in compliance
A U.N. panel of climate scientists says it is at least 95 percent probable that man-made greenhouse gas emissions — especially burning fossil fuels — are the main cause of climate change since 1950. In each of the past three years, global average temperatures have hit record highs, and the continued warming of the planet is projected to cause worsening droughts, sea level rises, floods, heatwaves and extinctions of wildlife.
On the campaign trail last year, then-candidate Trump was highly critical of the Paris Agreement – promising to “cancel” the deal and calling climate change a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese – and since taking office in January his administration has rolled back a number of Obama-era environmental regulations in the hopes of breathing new life into the struggling coal and fossil fuel industries. The accord has no sanctions for non-compliance but has a principle that nations will set ever tougher goals for action this century.
In the last month, however, Trump has wavered on his pledge to withdraw from the agreement as he faces not only a divide over the issue within his own White House but pressure from a diverse and large number of industries. Retail giants like Walmart, tech companies such as Apple and even fossil titans from Chevron to Royal Dutch Shell have all voiced support for the accord.
“It would be unhelpful on a number of fronts,” Ben van Beurden, chief executive of Royal Dutch Shell, told the Financial Times this week about the possibility of a U.S. withdrawal. “With the U.S. being the largest investment destination for a company like Shell, yes, I think I would regret having a lot of business here that potentially could be at a disadvantage because of [the] implications of that decision to pull out of Paris.”
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