Trump Suggests US “Could Conceivably Go Back” To Paris Agreement

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In a rambling and barely coherent defence of his decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement, President Donald Trump has opened the door to the possibility the United States "could conceivably go back in" to the Agreement. 

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