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plans to withdraw the u.s. from the paris agreement on climate change. we have more information on the sexual harassment case at the palo alto high school in the never or filed with the district. we have tipoff of the nba finals in oakland only six hours away. ktvu fox news at noon starts now. good afternoon everyone, i am mike me back. >> i am gasia mikaelian. gunshots an explosion happening at the hotel and casino complex. >> witnesses said the gunshots and explosion have been heard at the mall, casino and hotel complex near the manila international airport. they rushed to the world manila complex where smoke was billowing from the upper floor of the building. >> here are tweets from the resort and they tweeted that the resort was on lockdown due
to the reports of gunfire from the unidentified man. the resort is working with the philippines national police to keep the guests safe and they were tweeting asking for prayers. in the u.s. president trump is scheduled to announce his plans to withdraw the united states from the paris accord. here's a live picture and getting ready for the news conference set to take place in the rose garden. the paris accord is the world's first comprehensive climate agreement that includes over 190 nations. >> it will curb global warming with the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. when the president speaks will bring this to you live in will bring in our analyst to talk about the significance of this campaign promise fulfilled. >> there argument for keeping this is that he is not kept his other promises about building the wall, repealing obama care in a host of other things. there are equally a number of arguments on the other side in
this president is learning on the job what it is like and also experiencing the difference of being the candidate because he is hearing a point of view that he never heard during the campaign when he made the claim about dismissing the paris accord. ironically, getting this not only from the conservatives in business but from the management companies like exxon. they are telling them that they want to be in the energy business going forward and if you take us out of this deal you're taking away the seat at the table for negotiating. we recognize there are a lot of businesses in the country that are built around sustainable energy in that has wind and solar, producing four times as many jobs as the coal industry that they are trying to get out of. >> is there something about this international agreement in general that could play a role in this? >> it is hard to understand what is thinking is and when he went to europe he wanted to be nice and contrary on nato. he never said in the last part
of the trip that he would not be in the paris accord but said he would have to think about it. one way to interpret that behavior is maybe that was a bargaining tactic to see if someone would come back because he sees things as transactions and not negotiation and policy making. one other reason that he may change his mind and stay with this is that he wants to do the tax reform. it looks like helper care will not do anything in the tax reform will be controversial with the democrats. if i were him i would be working the telephones saying i'm thinking about staying in but i need your help on the tax reform plan. >> you think he is still making? >> if he is smart is the -- he is. it depends on what deal he wants to get through. the environmental concerns are even for the angelic christians that see as protecting the environment part of the
christian faith this gives him an end to sustain some of the bases even if he goes back on the promise he made which is necessary to get the republicans elected again in congress and for him to make the second run. there are not only scientific reasons but also political reasons. and the question is what choices is he listening to. we are putting you on hold and we will await the president's announcement and bring it to you live. in california governor jerry brown is heading to china for a meeting with leaders in the battle against climate change and he says despite the announcement from president trump there is something the individual states can do, calling on leaders of the states to create the alliances to follow the guidelines that president obama promised the u.s. which includes reducing clean house gas emissions and to help the poor countries reduce their emissions as well. expect to hear from donald trump any moment. the space x elon musk said he will stop advising president
trump if he pulls out of the paris agreement. also part of the manufacturing jobs initiative and yesterday on twitter, elon musk said "i don't know which way paris accord will go but i've done all i can to advise potus, and we need to remain. he added that he had no choice to leave if the president withdraws from the paris agreement. again, stay with us on ktvu fox news and ktvu.com with more information of what is happening with the u.s. and the paris accord including for the state of california and how the local leaders are responding. james comey will testify before the senate committee looking into the possible russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and expected to testify before the senate intelligence committee one week from today, his first public appearance since the report that he authored the memos claiming president trump
urged him to drop the fbi investigation into the former national security adviser michael flynn in the russian interference. in the bay area we hear from the father shot and killed by vallejo police late last night. >> the shooting happened in contra costa county and a culmination of a weeklong search. >> reporter: this is the vehicle at the center of the morning investigation, and vallejo police say they tried to corner the man that was driving the vehicle, 20-year- old kevin decarlo. they were trying to locate him for about a week and earlier this morning his father was at the scene saying that his son is in critical condition after being shot by the police and he said there was a reason that his son did not stop when the police pulled him over. >> i got a phone call saying my son to be shot down the street, and we came down here to see what is going on in here it is. >> reporter: what you make of the police story saying they tried to stop him a week ago?
>> he was in fear for his life and they're going around making comments about killing the kid. would you stop?>> reporter: his belief is that his son was targeted by the officers and last night the officer-involved shooting occurred just before 10:00. the officers say that kevin decarlo tried to ram his way through a police cruiser and that is why they opened fire. the vallejo police said they been trying to arrest this 20- year-old for week, taken away from this scene in the ambulance and appeared to be awake and alert when he was transported. the place of family members agree on one thing, that he was shot multiple times. the officers said they were after him since they first spotted him driving recklessly and vallejo last thursday. he was spotted again on saturday and they tried to stop him and in that instance he rammed the police cruiser and ran from the scene. last night the police learned he was here in the martinez area and officers surrounded the home they believed it was located and when he learned that he was surrounded by the officers, he took off again and
ramming at least one officer's vehicle with his own, and the vallejo police say that is when they opened fire. witnesses say there were two other people in the vehicle at the time that were uninjured and it is unclear what their role in all this was. the vallejo police say that the vallejo police officer was injured and was treated and released. for now this continues to be an active investigation. in pacheco, christien kafton ktvu fox news. the police officer not chasing charges in connection with the death of a man killed in an attack and robert aiken went to the place of employment of his wife and chased her down the street and he was shot by police gunfire as officers were trying to get him to surrender. the das office said they have determined that criminal charges are not warranted against the officer. according to the da the use of force by the officer was a lawful response. the a not police arrested a
man after deadly shooting a car crash around 6:15 pm yesterday. they were first called to the scene of the shooting on lemon tree weighed near sycamore drive at 5:45 pm but the victim had already left the scene and crashed and was taken to the hospital where he was later pronounced dead. it was later identified, the shooter, and a listed after a short standoff. new information about the democrats in alameda on monday claiming the life of two 17- year-olds, and they have identify the driver as 19-year- old rodrigues of san leandro. a candlelight vigil was held last night for the two passengers that were killed, briana ortega and simon sotelo . the two teenagers died when the truck they were in lift on park street in alameda going at a high rate of speed. it is unclear whether the drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash. still to come we are
waiting for president trump to come out and speak to the members of the media and awaiting his decision whether or not he will pull the u.s. out of the paris agreement on climate change. the shakeup in the palo alto school district continues to expand and new cases servicing surrounding the allegations of sexual assault. getting ready for the warm up in the bay area and we have all the details coming up. game 1 of the playoffs a few hours away and the fans are geared up, live sports after the break. who are these people?
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after weeks of waiting the nba finals are getting underway tonight right here in oakland. >> for the third year in a row the golden state warders are hosting the cleveland cavaliers and the fans are pumped up on this thursday afternoon. alex savidge would join us live from inside the oracle arena with more on this story. hello, alex. >> reporter: good afternoon. the set up is underway at the oracle arena and they are almost ready to go. in just a few hours 19,000 screaming warriors fans will be on hand for game 1 of the nba finals and the official warrior shirts all golden set up on the seats as people began to arrive in a few hours. obviously the media is here from all around the country,
all around the world, warriors fans, and they are ready for revenge. >> reporter: the fired up crowd filled the lake chalet restaurant in oakland this morning to watch the broadcast of the espn show, "first take." some warriors fans were lining up last night to get a seat and they feel confident heading into the finals. >> i feel good but i'm nervous. we've been up for a while but i think we can bring it home this year.>> we are going to do you and we hope they beat him by 80 points. >> reporter: the warriors are looking for payback after the crushing game 7 loss to the cavs last year in the finals and this is the third straight year these two teams will face off of the title. the debate is raging over who has the edge. >> how do you think this will play out? >> warriors all the way.>> it is the cavs.
a quest for two. >> reporter: this is the seen this morning as hundreds of warriors fans and a handful of cavs supporters filled the patio at the barn restaurant where the fox sports 1 show undisputed going live. we caught off with the mother of kevin durant, wanda, affectionately known as the "real mvp. " and while she will not make any final predictions she says that katie is ready to roll -- kd is ready to roll. >> reporter: who will win this game? >> the best team.>> reporter: which is? >> we will see. >> reporter: the final experience for the warriors putting the national spotlight on oakland, something the navy and former nba player eddie house loves to see. >> it shows the vibrant community in oakland in the way
they stick together and the love they have for their team but the teams are bailing on them. >> reporter: the warriors of been pretty good and so far 12- 01 sweeping all opponents. lebron james obviously the best player on the planet on the other side of the ball with the cavs coming in tonight and the sweet -- sweep is probably unlikely. >> reporter: if you're coming down to the game they will be opening up the gates at 3:00, opening up the doors to the oracle arena at 4:00 this afternoon for the pregame festivities. >> the traffic on i8 80 will be a mess in that area.>> reporter: it is a good spot to avoid. as for what we can expect on the court for tonight's game, we have scott reese joining us.
i feel like the warriors need to come out swinging to set the tone for the game and for the series. >> first of all, you cannot overstate the epic nature of this series, not only in oakland and for the warriors fans in the cavaliers fans but in terms of the nba, and sports in general. you do not see three years in a row the same two teams and a champion series and it's never been seen in the mba. this -- nba, special and far and away the best two teams in the nba. kevin durant is what is different from last year, the most obvious difference because the warriors went out and got the missing piece. now did they need kevin durant to win the title? no, they did it two years ago without him. but adding kevin durant to the roster, and i said it when they signed him, making them without question the most talented team in the history of the league
and certainly in this day and age. it is not mean it will be a cakewalk against the cavs but the warriors have the edge talent wise and kevin durant is the major reason because he liked lebron james can take over and get any shot he wants virtually any time he wants. is this about winning or revenge?>> it is about winning but the revenge plays into it from the emotional and psychological standpoint. don't think for a second that these guys are not acutely aware of the feelings they had after game 7 last year when they went scoreless the last four minutes and they let the series getaway, and lebron and the cavs are celebrating in oakland. they know the feeling and they have internalized that feeling. in addition to the talent edge they have the psychological edge as well. that is why would like for the warriors to win the series and is good as these two teams are in is lights out as the cavs of been, the intangible and the
talent at the golden state and for home-court as well.>> that is the reason many people have them favored to win the series due to those different elements. you said you liked draymond green and what he did last year. that played a role in the playoffs and that is on the back of his mind. >> to your point, you talk about channeling last year and how it plays into a, for no one is that more relevant than draymond green, the guy that got the technical foul, had to sit out game 5 and they had the 3-1 lead coming home and i believe that if draymond green have played in that game, they would've won the series. i think draymond green juarez that as much as anybody and i don't think he would admit that. if there is one guy that was when this series more than anyone else, it is draymond green. >> thank you, scott reese, always a joy we have your forecast. >> we have that stubborn fog beginning to clear out across
parts of the coast in the bayside locations with a few patches still in place. starting out with gray scott this morning and overcast near the shoreline over san francisco with that onshore breeze setting up. we will not warm up too much coast side or around the bay. checking the current numbers, 70s for fairfield, walnut creek and livermore. san francisco 63, santa rosa 65 and half moon bay in the upper 50s. the sierra in the clear but look what is happening in on june 1 we still have skiing in squaw valley with that epic winter in so much snow still on the slopes. a beautiful view looking out toward lake tahoe earlier today. back home we will have clearing skies and certainly at the coastline and left over apache clouds for san francisco. temperatures for the shoreline in the 60s around the bay and the other side is 70 degrees with the neighborhoods
approaching the lower 80s inland. this highest developing in the pacific and we are drive over the weekend and today clearing skies back to the coast, 60s and 70s for the warmest locations around 80 or 82 degrees. we will warm up inland for friday and saturday. saturday will be the warmest day of the upcoming weekend and we will shave off a few degrees by sunday. temperatures this afternoon begin to see more ranging in the 60s, 70s at vacaville and vacaville at 80 degrees by four clock this afternoon. oakland 69 and san jose very nice and not too hot in the santa clara valley in the mid to upper 70s or san jose, morgan hill and gilroy. san francisco still partly cloudy and more clouds working their way closer to the golden way -- golden gate park and at the beach temperatures and the lower 60s. looking at your five-day forecast, not a major warm up
but warming up a little bit away from the coastline, saturdays temperatures inland around 85. we will cool things off on sunday but by monday we will be boosting temperatures. monday and tuesday of next week could be warm to hot not only in the interior but bayside and possibly the coastal areas as well. today shaping up to be a nice afternoon with stubborn clouds. coming up, the bay area city taking another step for the self driving cars, the action today in san jose. a live picture at the white house as we continue to wait for president trump to come out , and whether or not able pull the u.s. out of the paris agreement on the climate change.
the city of san jose is officially launching the self- driving car initiative today and bringing the smart vision one step closer to reality and the city has released a request for information to invite the private sector companies to provide information about the pilot self-driving car projects. sam liccardo said it will also help to address the transportation problems and improve the quality of life for the growing population. uber announcing the big loss for the quarter as the other executive leaves the company and uber has revealed a
loss of $708 million with a $3.4 billion of revenue and uber head of finances leaving in july. the company is privately held but considering a public stock offering. stops climbing after survey showed that hiring by private businesses was stronger in may than expected, the dow jones up by more than 100 points, stocks strong on the s&p and nasdaq up by one half of 1%. the bay area planned parenthood facilities closing the doors due to the shrinking endorsements, richmond, pittsburg and vacaville planned parenthood will close next month and further closures could be coming if the affordable care act is repealed and the republican -- american health care act past the house but not the senate and that will cut all federal funding for planned parenthood. a locker room for all students, coming up the new
addition coming to uc berkeley. allegations of sexual assault at the schools in palo alto, and we will tell you how many more students are coming forward following the 2 investigates report. president trump at any minute should announce plans to withdraw the u.s. from the paris accord, coming live here on ktvu.
president trump scheduled to announces plans to withdraw the u.s. from the paris accord, the world's first comprehensive climate agreement which includes over 190 nations. the vice president is now speaking with reporters so we will listen in. >> we are stifling american jobs , and thanks to president trump american businesses are growing again, investing in america again and creating jobs in this country rather than shipping the jobs overseas thanks to president donald trump, america is back. >> [ applause ]. >> last week we all witnessed the bold leadership of the american president on the world stage, putting america first. from the middle east to europe
and as leader of the free world president trump reaffirming historic alliances, forging new relationships and calling on the wider world to confront terrorism in renewed ways. by the action the president will announce today the american people and the wider world will see once again. our president is choosing to put american jobs and american consumers first. our president is choosing to put american energy and industry first and by his actions today president donald trump is choosing to put the forgotten men and women of america first. with gratitude for his leadership -- [ applause ] and admiration for his unwavering commitment to the american people it is my high honor and distinct privilege to introduce to all of you the president of the united states of america, president donald trump.>> [ applause ]
>> thank you very much, thank you. i would like to begin by addressing the terrorist attack in manila. we are closely monitoring the situation and i will continue to give updates if anything happens during this period of time but it is very sad as to what is going on throughout the world with terror. our thoughts and prayers are with all of those affected. before we discuss the paris accord, i would like to begin with an update on our
tremendous, absolutely tremendous economic progress on election day on november 8. the economy is starting to come back and very, very rapidly. we have added $3.3 trillion in stock market value to the economy, and more than 1 million private sector jobs. i just returned from the trip overseas where we concluded nearly $350 billion of military and economic development for the united states, creating hundreds of thousands of jobs. it was a very, very successful trip. believe me. thank you. >> [ applause ] >> in my meetings at the g7 we have taken historic steps to demand fair and reciprocal trade that gives americans a level playing field against other
nations. we are also working very hard for peace in the middle east. perhaps even peace between the israelis and the palestinians. our tax on terrorism are greatly stepped up and you see it, you see it all over. from the previous administration, including getting many other countries to make major contributions to the fight against terror. big contributions are being made by countries that were not doing so much in the form of contribution. one by one we will keep the promises i made to the american people during my campaign for president. whether cutting the jobs, killing regulations, appointing and confirming a tremendous supreme court justice, putting in place tough new ethics rules, achieving a record reduction in illegal immigration on our southern border, or bringing
jobs, plants and factories back into the united states, at numbers which no one until this point thought even possible. believe me we have just begun. the fruits of our labor will be seen very shortly, and even more so. on these issues and so many more we are following through on our commitments. i don't want anything to get in our way. i am fighting every day for the great people of this country. therefore, in order to fulfill my solemn duty to protect america and its citizens, the united states will withdraw from the paris climate accord.
>> [ applause ] >> thank you. thank you. we will begin negotiations to either enter the paris accord or an entirely new transition on terms that are fair to the united states, its businesses and workers, it's people, it's taxpayers. we are getting out but we will start to negotiate and we will see if we can make a deal that is fair. if we can, that's great. if we can't, that's fine. >> [ applause ] >> as president i can put no other consideration before the well-being of the american citizens. the paris climate accord is simply the latest example of
washington entering into an agreement that is disadvantaging the united states. to the exclusive benefit of the other countries. leaving american workers who i love and taxpayers to absorb the cost in terms of lost jobs, lower wages, shattered factories and vastly diminished economic production. thus as of today, the united states will cease all implementation of the nonbinding paris accord and the cecconi and financial and economic burdens this agreement imposes on our country. this includes ending the implementation of the nationally determined contribution and very importantly, the green climate find which is costing the
united states a vast fortune. compliance with the terms of the paris accord in the energy restrictions placed on the united states could cost us much -- cost us as much as 2.7 million lost jobs by the economic research associates in this includes manufacturing jobs believe me, this is not what we need. including automobile jobs and the further decimation of vital american industries on which countless communities rely. they were live for so much and we would be giving them so little. according to the same study, by
2040 compliance with these commitments put into place by the previous administration would cut production for the following sectors: paper down 12%, cement down 23%, iron and steel down 38%, coal -- and i happen to love the coal miners, down 86%. natural gas down 31%. the cost of the economy -- to the economy would be close to $3 trillion in lost gdp, $6.5 million -- 6.5 million industrial jobs and household would have $7000 less income,
and in many cases much worse than that. not only does this deal subject our citizens to the harsh economic restrictions, it fails to live up to our environmental ideals. as someone that cares deeply about the environment, which i do, i cannot in good conscience support a deal that punishes the united states, which is what it does. the world leaders, and in environmental protection, while imposing no meaningful obligations on the world leading polluters. for example, under the agreement china will be able to increase the emissions by a staggering number of years, 13. they can do whatever
they want for 13 years but not us. india makes its participation contingent on receiving billions and billions of dollars in foreign aid from developed countries. there are many other examples but the bottom line is that the paris accord is very unfair at the highest level to the united states. further, while the current agreement effectively blocks the development of clean coal in america, which it does, in the minds -- mines are opening up in two weeks in virginia, ohio and many other places, and for many years this is not happened. they asked me if i would go and i'm going to try and opening. china will be allowed to build
hundreds, but we cannot build the plants but they can. according to this agreement. and yet can double the coal production by 2020 so think about that. and yet can double their coal production but we are supposed to get rid of hours. even europe is allowed to continue construction of the coal plants. in short the agreement does not eliminate the coal jobs but transfers those jobs out of america in the united states, and it ships them to the foreign countries. this agreement is less about the climate and more about other countries gaining a financial advantage over the united states. the rest of the world applauded when we signed that paris agreement. they went wild they
were so happy. for the simple reason that it put our country, the united states of america which we all love, at a very big economic disadvantage. a cynic would say that the obvious reason for the economic competitors and their wish to see us remain in the agreement is so that we can continue to suffer this self-inflicted major economic wound. we would find it very hard to compete with other countries from other parts of the world. we have among the most abundant energy reserves on the planet, sufficient to lift millions of america's poorest workers out of poverty. yet under this agreement we are effectively putting these reserves under lock and key,
taking away the great wealth of our nation, the great wealth, phenomenal wealth. not so long ago we had no idea we had such wealth. we are leaving millions and millions of families trapped in poverty and joblessness. the agreement is a massive redistribution of united states wealth to other countries. at 1% growth, renewable sources of energy can meet some of our domestic demand. but at 3% 4% growth, which i expect, we need all forms of available american energy or our country -->> [ applause ] >> will be at grave risk of
brownouts and blackouts. our businesses will come to a halt in many cases. the american family will suffer the consequences in the form of lost jobs and a very diminished quality of life. even if the paris agreement were implemented in full, with total compliance from all nations, it is estimated it would only produce about 210s -- 2/10ths of 1 degree celsius reduction in global temperature by the year 2100. a tiny amount. in fact, 14 days of carbon emissions from china alone would wipe out the gains alone would wipe out the gains from america, and
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we will not put our businesses out of work. we are not going to lose our jobs, we are going to grow. we are going to grow rapidly. >> [ applause ] >> and i think you just read, just came out minutes ago, the small business report that small businesses as of just now are booming, hiring people, one of the best reports i have seen in many years. i am willing to immediately work with the democratic leaders to either negotiate our way back into paris under the terms that are fair to the united states and its workers, or to negotiate a new deal that protects our country and its taxpayers. >> [ applause ] >> so if the obstructionists
want to get together with me, let's make them non- obstructionists. we can all sit down and get back into the deal, making good, and we won't be closing up the factories, and we won't be losing our jobs, and we will sit down with the democrats and all of the people that represent either the paris accord or something that we can do that is much better than the paris accord. i think the people of our country will be thrilled. i think the in the people of the world will be thrilled. but until we do that we are out of the agreement. i will work to ensure that america remains the world's leader on environmental issues. but underrate work that is fair and where the burdens and responsibilities are equally shared among the many nations around the world. no responsible leader can put the workers and the people of
their country at this debilitating and tremendous disadvantage. the fact that the paris deal hamstrings the united states while empowering some of the world's top polluting countries should dispel any doubt as to the real reason why foreign lobbyists wish to keep our magnificent country tied up and bound down by this agreement. it is to give their country and economic edge over the united states. that will not happen while i'm president, i'm sorry.>> [ applause ] >> my job as president is to do everything within my power to give america a level playing
field and to create the economic regulatory and tax structures that make america the most prosperous and productive country on earth. with the highest standard of living in the highest standard of environmental protection. our tax bill is moving along in congress and i believe it will be going very well and i think a lot of people will be very presently surprised. the republicans are working very hard and we would love to have support from the democrats but we may have to go it alone. it is going very well. the paris agreement handicaps the united states economy in order to win praise from the very foreign capitals and global activists that have long
sought to gain wealth that our country's expense. they don't put america first, i do and always will. >> [ applause ] >> the same nations asking us to stay in the agreement are the countries that have collectively cost america trillions of dollars through tough trade practices and in many cases lacks contributions to our critical military alliance. you see what is happening, it's pretty obvious to those that want to keep an open mind. at what point does america get the meat and at what point do they start laughing at us as a country? we want fair treatment for our
citizens and fair treatment for our taxpayers. we don't want other leaders and in other countries laughing at us anymore, and they won't be. they won't be. i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh, not paris. >> [ applause ] >> i promise that i would exit or renegotiate any deal that fails to serve america's interest. many trade deals will soon be under renegotiation. very rarely do we have a deal that works for this country. but they will soon be under renegotiation in the process has begun from day one. but now we are down to business. beyond the severe energy restrictions inflicted by the
paris accord, and includes another scheme to redistribute the wealth out of the united states through the so called green climate fund. this calls for developed countries to send $100 billion to developing countries all on top of america's existing and massive foreign aid payments. we will be paying billions and billions and billions of dollars , and we are already way ahead of anybody else. many of the other countries have not spent anything. many of them will never pay. not one dime. the green fund would likely obligate the united states to commit, potentially tens of billions of dollars over which the united states is already handed over $1 billion. nobody
else is even close in most of not even paid anything. including funds rated out of america's budget for the war against terrorism. that is where they came. believe me, they did not come from me. they came just before i came into office, not good. not good the way they took the money. in 2015 the united nations departing top climate officials reportedly described the $100 billion per year as peanuts. they stated that the $100 million is the tail that wags the dog. in 2015 the green climate fund
executive director reportedly stated that estimated funding needed would increase to $450 billion per year after 2020, and nobody even knows where the money is going to. nobody has been able to say where it is going to. of course the world's top polluters have no affirmative obligations under the green fund . which we terminated. america is $20 trillion in debt. cash-strapped cities cannot hire enough police officers or fix the infrastructure. many of our citizens are out of work and yet under the paris accord billions of dollars that ought to be invested right here in america will be sent to the very countries that have taken
our factories and our jobs away from us. think of that. >> saying that the united states will no longer be hamstrung or handicapped by the paris climate accord, president trump minutes ago announcing that the united states is pulling out of the accord and extending an olive branch telling the democrats i will work with you on an agreement, but he said if we can that's great, if we can't, that's fine. >> he said he may be willing to negotiate to go back in the agreement but so long as it is okay for the united states and the citizens of the u.s. this decision puts the united states really at odds with nearly every other nation on earth. >> that's right, only syria and nicaragua are not part of the agreement. nicaragua did not join because they said it was not sufficient. president trump begin speaking about 30 minutes go and running 30 minutes late, started by highlighting the economic gains
made since his inauguration and highlighting that there been 1 million private sector jobs added in mentioning his supreme court appointment in the progress he is made since he has been in office, another big moment in the early trump presidency. we sign off from the news broadcast that we will continue to string the address of president trump online at ktvu.com.
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