The 5 most ridiculous headlines about Trump and Paris Agreement

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CLIMATE CHANGE — Today, President Trump kept to his campaign promise by withdrawing the United States from the Paris agreement.  Pointing to the high costs of implementation, the unfair guidelines placed on America, and the damaging effects it would have on our economy, the president told the world he is serious about making America great again.

The president was very clear with his message to countries like France and Germany who remain committed to the deal as written.  He told them the United States would be willing to revisit the agreement if the terms of the deal were changed to be more fair and balanced for America.

On the heels of his announcement, President Obama put out a statement about how the president’s decision to pull out of the agreement was terrible, and protesters were outside the White House chanting anti-Trump phrases.  But the mainstream media takes the cake when it comes to painting a picture of gloom and doom.  Below are just 5 of the more ridiculous headlines you will find today, plus a video clip from CNN that claims we are no longer the leader of the free world.



“Paris pullout endangers the planet”

3) The Daily Beast

“Paris Climate Deal’s Demise Means Bannon Wins—And The Planet Loses”

4.  New York Daily News

Trump’s Paris pullout leaves America’s global leadership in flames

The first paragraph of their story reads: “Today is the day that America’s global leadership ends. Congratulations, Washington, you have become worse than useless. You are now positively dangerous. Leaving the Paris Climate Agreement is leaving the civilized world.”


“After climate loss, Ivanka moves on”

Subtitle: “Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, missed the Rose Garden announcement on the Paris deal, but they have taken the defeat in stride, people familiar with their thinking said.”

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