Trump says he will scrap Paris climate deal if voted to power
Speaking at an election rally in Florida, Mr. Trump said he will create jobs all across America and provide cheaper energy to people, especially farmers.
“I believe so much in the environment. Believe it or not, people are shocked — I’ve won many environmental awards. Many. But the Paris deal, supported by Hillary, will cost our country another USD 5.3 trillion over a period of time and skyrocket electricity prices,” Mr. Trump, 70, said.
“We will cancel this deal so that our companies can compete. We want clean beautiful air. We want crystal clear water. That’s what we want. We want to be able to do business throughout the world, not so that we can’t compete because of these crazy deals that our president is making,” he said.
He said he would unlock USD 50 trillion in energy reserves, meaning many new jobs all across America. That also means cheaper energy for farmers and everybody.
“We are going to take care of our steelworkers who are under siege from China, and we’re going to take care of our miners who are practically being put out of business. The Obama-Clinton crew spent USD 50 billion on climate programmes when they should have used that money to help Florida farmers fight diseases that threaten your crops. And that’s happening all over,” he said.
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Mr. Trump said one of his many his dreams was to have Apple and companies like it to start making their iPhones and other products in the US and not in China and Vietnam or in other countries where they are making them.
“Hillary Clinton is an insider. She fights for herself. I’m an outsider — used to be an insider, to be honest with you. I know the inside and I know the outside. That’s why I’m the only one that can fix this mess, folks,” he told his supporters.
Sexual assault charge
In a shocking report that could spell more trouble for Mr. Trump, two women have accused him of sexual assault.
Jessica Leeds, 74, accused Mr. Trump of groping and assaulting her on a plane, while Rachel Crooks alleged the Republican nominee kissed her outside an elevator in the Trump Tower when she was a 22-year-old receptionist in 2005.
The latest accusations against Mr. Trump come just days after a 2005 video surfaced of him in which he is talking in lewd and sexually explicit terms about women and bragging about groping women and getting away with it because he was a “star.”