Trump Defends the Constitution and the Economy by Withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement

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Author(s) David French
Source National Review
Date June 1, 2017
Quotes-start.png In his announcement today, Trump pledged to negotiate a different, better deal for American workers. If and when he does, he should depart from the Obama precedent, remember the Constitution, and submit that agreement for Senate ratification. Then he can perhaps build an enduring consensus. Then he can lead the free world the right way, by following the rule of law and hundreds of years of international legal norms. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position United States was right to withdraw on the topic United States withdrawal from the Paris Agreement.