BREAKING: Trump Makes MASSIVE Announcement on ‘Climate Change’ Accord Obama Signed

by Brian Hayes | Top Right News

On Thursday at 3 p.m. ET, President Donald Trump will make a statement regarding the Paris climate accord from the White House in Washington, D.C.

The uncertainty over what Trump will do with the “agreement” Barack Obama signed as a lame-duck president — but which the Senate never ratified — has been dominating the headlines, and markets for the past week. The accord would cost American business and taxpayers trillions in additional costs and taxes.

It is rumored Trump will announce the complete withdrawl of the U.S. from the Paris Accord. Here’s what Trump said on the campaign trail:

UPDATE: Trump announces “We’re getting OUT.” Promises to “renegotiate” on “terms favorable to the United States and its taxpayers.”

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Trump on Paris climate deal

We’re watching President Donald J. Trump announce his decision on the Paris climate accord. He is expected to withdraw the US from the landmark agreement — a major step that will fulfill a campaign promise while sparking global outcry.

Posted by CNN on Thursday, June 1, 2017

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