Another campaign promise made by President Trump was just met as he announced last week that the United States is pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement.

In response, liberals from all around the world are claiming the United States has turned its back on “efforts against climate change”; however, the fact remains that President Trump made the decision to put the American people – and their environment – first and foremost.

And one Democratic leader tried to make a power play against President Trump, but he should realize Trump has no time for his pettiness.

France’s Democratic President Emmanuel Macron recently tried to blow off the request of President Trump to renegotiate a better climate deal for the United States.

Macron claimed if the United States did not bend to the will of the leftist-based Paris Agreement, then they would take no part in global climate change efforts.

And that is more than fine with President Trump.

The Daily Caller reported:

France’s President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday that his country has no interest in taking up the Trump administration’s offer of renegotiating the terms of the Paris climate deal.

Macron told President Donald Trump that France will keep open lines of communication with Washington, D.C., but the country will no longer discuss climate issues with the U.S., a French source told Reuters.

He referred to Trump’s decision to pull the U.S. out of the non-binding climate deal, which seeks to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas levels many scientists believe contribute to manmade global warming.

“The president spoke with President Trump in a five-minute phone call. The exchange was direct,” the source said about the conversation, adding that “nothing [in the deal] was renegotiable.”

In a statement announcing his decision to pull out of the Paris Agreement, Trump reaffirmed his commitment to the American people – not to the rest of the world.

The Daily Caller reported:

“In order to fulfill my solemn duty to protect America and its citizens, the United States will withdraw from the Paris climate accord but begin negotiations to reenter either the Paris accord or an entirely new transaction on terms that are fair to the United States, its businesses, its workers, its people, its taxpayers,” Trump said.

Trump promised to roll back the Paris Agreement during the presidential campaign, but leaders within the White House fought over the issue. The president has spent most of his administration eliminating scores of his predecessor’s climate regulations.

The United States simply cannot be a part of a deal that hurts the American economy and its workers.

Thanks to President Obama, the Paris Agreement put many Americans out of work and the coal industry in jeopardy.

While Trump attempted to negotiate a better system for the United States partaking in a global effort, he ultimately decided to put Americans first until a better plan can be agreed upon.

The Daily Caller reported:

Trump believes that former President Barack Obama poorly negotiated the Paris Agreement and did not include workers in the process. The president told reporters Thursday afternoon that the country will leave the accord and possibly re-enter it if the plan can be renegotiated.

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