Trump postpones decision on Paris climate accord

Division among the president's advisors means that the country will not announce whether it is withdrawing from the Paris deal until after the G7 summit later this month.

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The climate will have to wait a few more weeks for a decision from the US government. President Donald Trump has delayed his announcement on whether or not the US will remain part of the climate accord agreed upon in Paris during COP21 in December 2015. The decision has no been postponed until after the G7 summit during the last weekend in May, reports Bloomberg.

"The president wants to make sure that he has an opportunity to meet with his team to create the best strategy for this country going forward," said White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer this Tuesday.

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