Trump Told EPA Chief the U.S. Will Exit the Paris Climate Accord

Much ado has been made in recent weeks leading up to and during President Trump’s Middle East and Europe tour about whether he will finally decide to keep the U.S. in the Paris Climate Accord.

The agreement includes draconian global warming regulations that only further kill business and job growth, all of which is still based on sham climate change science.

But a report has surfaced which argues that Trump already told EPA Chief Scott Pruitt the Paris Accord is a no-go.

So his silence on the issue could be simply a delay tactic until he can ceremonially make an announcement back at home.

Here’s more from the Washington Examiner…

President Trump is reportedly telling people privately that he already knows he wants out of the Paris Agreement, which stands in contrast to what he tweeted Saturday.

According to three unnamed sources in a report from Axios, Trump told multiple confidantes, including EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, that he has made his mind up to exit the international pact which seeks to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.

Publicly, Trump has said otherwise.

On Saturday he tweeted that he would make his “final decision” on the Paris climate agreement next week.

The U.S. signed on to the agreement in 2016 under former President Barack Obama.

Trump campaigned on the idea that he would tear up the deal if elected. Lately, it seemed as though Trump was wavering on his campaign promise.

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