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“Look At India, It’s Filthy”: Donald Trump Shifts Blame On Climate Change

US President and Republican nominee Donald Trump is continuously participating in Presidential campaign rallies with less than two weeks left for closing of voting for the next President of United States.

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Donald trump talked about “filthy air” in India, China and Russia during second and last Presidential debate ahead of November 3 polls

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During the second and the final Presidential debate Donald Trump attacked countries of India, China and the Russia referring them to as having “filthy air” while he defended his decision to pull out of the Pris accords and also denounced his rival, Former Vice President and Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s plans to tackle climate change during the second Presidential debate.

US President has repeatedly blamed and alleged countries such as India, China and Russia for not doing enough on climate change and doing their part. During the debate he added that he pulled out of the Paris accords as more than trillions of dollars were invested by US but they were treated unfairly.

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Trump added that he will not risk millions of jobs due to Paris accords 

He also added that he will not risk millions of jobs of Americans in thousands of companies because of Paris accords. Both the candidates avoid shaking hands during the second and final Presidential debate ahead of November 3 US polls. In the debate, Democratic nominee Joe Biden said that the climate change is an existential threat to humanity and they have a moral obligation to deal with it properly. Biden added that there are going to pass the point from where they could not return in next eight to ten years.

Remarks by Donald Trump has come days before Defence Secretary Mark Esper and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will visit New Delhi to continue the talks on building the growing US-India Partnership.

 

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