The Washington Times discusses withdrawing the U.S. from the Paris Climate Treaty with Chris Horner.
“The argument that we can simply renegotiate the Paris Climate Treaty is false. That’s not an option under the deal. The agreement’s language in Article 4 is clear and deliberate. According to this treaty, any revision must be more stringent. We cannot revise downward, and we are required to make it worse every five years — forever. This is a truly terrible deal for U.S. consumers and the economy,” said Chris Horner, a senior fellow at the conservative Competitive Enterprise Institute and a vocal opponent of the agreement. “The Paris treaty is ‘politically binding,’ like prior climate treaties, but carries huge potential legal consequences, and the State Department is misleading the White House by ignoring these risks. If President Trump stays in this treaty and follows through in his energy agenda, every climate activist state attorney general, environmental group and the entire climate industry will surely litigate on the basis of the Paris treaty.”
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