Attendees at this week’s United Nations (U.N.) climate conference in Madrid, Spain “are saying two things” about President Donald Trump’s withdrawal of the U.S. from the Paris Climate Accord, ClimateDepot.com Publisher Marc Morano tells CNSNews.com from the floor of the conference.
In an on-the-scene interview from Madrid, Morano tells CNSNews.com that attendees are claiming the U.S. is “still in” the climate accord – no matter what Pres. Trump says or does:
“They’re saying two things. They’re saying, ‘We’re still in.’ And, Nancy Pelosi was here a few days ago saying, ‘We’re still in.’ Bloomberg: ‘We’re still in.’ All the American environmental groups: ‘We’re still in.’
“They’re trying to claim that states and cities can keep the United States in the U.N. Paris Agreement – they don’t need no President Trump. That’s one message.”
The second thing Morano is hearing at the conference, from attendees such as Director of the U.N. Sustainable Development Solutions Network Jeffrey Sachs, is that Trump is guilty of crimes against humanity and, thus, should resign as president of the U.S.:
“The other message – and, I just talked to Jeffrey Sachs, a top U.N. advisor – he has said that Donald Trump is guilty of crimes against humanity for opposing the Paris agreement, and he believes that, essentially, skeptics like him, and Rupert Murdoch of Fox News, have blood on their hands every time there is a bad weather event. And, he has called on President Trump to resign because he does not support the U.N. Paris Agreement.”
Morano is author of "The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change."