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Trump slams the Paris climate accord at the G20 Summit, saying it was 'designed to kill the American economy'

3 days ago   |   By Business Insider

President Donald Trump.
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President Donald Trump on Sunday slammed the Paris climate accord, telling world leaders at the G20 summit that the pact was detrimental to US citizens.
"To protect American workers, I withdrew the United States from the unfair and one-sided Paris climate accord, a very unfair act for the United States," he said.
The US formally left the accord on November 4, but President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to reverse the decision and rejoin the international environmental agreement on his first day in office.
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