Trump: ‘Nobody really knows’ if climate change is real

The Paris agreement, Trump claims, is something he is "studying."

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“Nobody really knows” if climate change is real, Donald Trump told Chris Wallace in an interview on Fox News Sunday, despite decades of established science.

In the interview, Trump defended his appointment of climate denier Scott Pruitt to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), expressing disdain for long EPA approval processes and implying “other countries are eating [the U.S.’s] lunch” due to excessive regulations.

The Paris agreement, Trump claims, is something he is “studying.” He stated, “I don’t want that agreement to put us at a competitive disadvantage with other countries.” Trump also previewed “quick” decisions on the Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines once he enters office without offering specifics.

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