President Donald Trump promised on the campaign trail that he would help American energy workers, pull out of climate deals that were harming American jobs and put America first.
Trump has followed through on numerous campaign promises so far, and according to a former Trump adviser, he could be planning to follow through on his promise to pull out of the Paris Agreement on climate change, the U.K. Daily Mail reported.
Myron Ebell, who was in charge of Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency transition team but who no longer works for Trump, stated that Trump could possibly use an executive order to withdraw from the agreement on Tuesday.
“The U.S. will clearly change its course on climate policy. Trump has made it clear he will withdraw from the Paris Agreement,” Ebell said. “He could do it by executive order (Tuesday) or he could do it as part of a larger package.”
Part of the uncertainty over when Trump would take action (or if he would) was that the government was still in transition, and much of his cabinet had not been approved, thanks to stubborn Democrats.
If Trump did pull out of the Paris Agreement, that would undoubtedly lead to the dumping of many job-killing regulations and could spur real growth in the coal, oil and natural gas sectors of America.
Fox News noted that while Trump’s nominee for Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, suggested during his committee hearings that he wouldn’t want to withdraw from the agreement, Ebell thought that ultimately Trump would win that fight.
Trump has made it clear that he tends to do what he said he would do on the campaign trail. If Trump does pull out of the Paris Agreement, he might just make thousands of energy workers very happy.
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