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Trump says Paris climate accord “designed to kill” US economy (G20 summit)

By AFP
23 November 2020   |   7:00 am
US President Donald Trump defends his decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord, calling it “unfair and one-sided” even as President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to rejoin the landmark 2015 agreement.

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