Trump at Crossroads with Nike, Google and other companies on Climate Agreement

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 01: U.S. President Donald Trump announces his decision for the United States to pull out of the Paris climate agreement in the Rose Garden at the White House June 1, 2017 in Washington, DC. Trump pledged on the campaign trail to withdraw from the accord, which former President Barack Obama and the leaders of 194 other countries signed in 2015. The agreement is intended to encourage the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in an effort to limit global warming to a manageable level. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Donald Trump, since his holding the office, has always talked about his strategies to create new jobs, boasting economy ,and growth. Shockingly, he announced on Thursday that American will not be the part of Paris Climate Agreement. 

Trump kept on defending his view stubbornly by saying that it would be in favor of an American worker; notwithstanding many big American companies like Facebook, Google and Nike had a different stance on his take. Innumerable CEOs were not on the same ground with Trump even one CEO, Elon Musk left the president business council. 


Donald Trump defended his skeptic move in his own way by opining that Obama administration staked the well-being of American workers when it signed this agreement. He went on saying that the Paris Climate Agreement harmed American economy in every way, as the businesses had been shut just because of that agreement.

However, more or less all companies voted against Trump’s new policy and showed consent in nurturing of the agreement, for climate change must be stopped. 

Mark Zuckerberg, who is the Facebook founder, also gave his opinion in favor of stopping climate change and creating renewable energy at data center

 

here is the Leaders reactions on twitter 

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