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DW News 22 Nov 2020

Trump slams Paris Climate Accord in his last G20 appearance


Leaders of the world's wealthiest countries are wrapping up their online G20 summit, hosted by Saudi Arabia in Riyadh. US President Donald Trump defended his environmental record, and justified his decision to pull out of the international Paris climate agreement. The virtual gathering has been dominated by efforts to end the coronavirus pandemic and the global recession. A draft declaration shows the biggest economies will pledge to pay for fair distribution of COVID-19 vaccines and testing, so that poor countries are not left out. Climate change and the environment have emerged as another theme as the summit draws to a close.

"The Paris Accord was not designed to save the environment -- it was designed to kill the American economy."

President Trump slammed the Paris Climate Accord during virtual remarks for the G20 summit.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden hit President Donald Trump on his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, as well as climate change, in a speech that was cut short by a heavy rain in Tampa, Fla. (Oct. 29)
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