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Opinion Robert Redford: A race against time to undo damage caused by Trump (opinion)

17:50  08 november  2019
17:50  08 november  2019 Source:   cnn.com

McCarthy argues Trump's removal would 'undo' 2016 election even if Pence became president

  McCarthy argues Trump's removal would 'undo' 2016 election even if Pence became president House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) blasted the House's impeachment inquiry process Sunday, arguing that removing President Trump would represent an undoing of the 2016 presidential election, even as CBS' Margaret Brennan reminded him that Vice President Pence would in that case become president.Appearing on CBS' "Face the Nation," McCarthy repeatedly characterized the inquiry as an attempt to "undo" the election."I thinkAppearing on CBS' "Face the Nation," McCarthy repeatedly characterized the inquiry as an attempt to "undo" the election.

Robert Redford : ‘We Have a President Who Degrades Everything He Touches’. The solution, he suggests, isn’t impeachment or Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing investigation but rather “There is so much damage to heal from, so much division to repair, so many good works to return to.

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Donald Trump holding a sign: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump  holds a sign supporting coal during a rally at Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on October 10, 2016. / AFP / DOMINICK REUTER        (Photo credit should read DOMINICK REUTER/AFP/Getty Images)© DOMINICK REUTER/AFP/Getty Images Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump holds a sign supporting coal during a rally at Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on October 10, 2016. / AFP / DOMINICK REUTER (Photo credit should read DOMINICK REUTER/AFP/Getty Images)

Earlier this week, Donald Trump notified the United Nations of his intention to pull America out of the most significant climate effort in history, the now-famous Paris Accord. It's a decision that has shocked millions with its short-sighted foolishness. That he chose to do this on the first day he could legally do so under the UN's rules for withdrawal simply reveals his immoral dedication to isolating us from the world community by willfully ignoring the biggest, most urgent threat facing human civilization.

Potential GOP rival warns Sessions against run for old Senate seat over Trump ire

  Potential GOP rival warns Sessions against run for old Senate seat over Trump ire Rep. Bradley Byrne, who said he would not back out if the former attorney general joined the race, noted that the president would be “very vocal against him.”In recent weeks, Sessions has actively weighed a comeback bid for the seat he held for two decades, speaking with allies and calling major donors and fundraisers in the state to gauge his level of support ahead of the Nov. 8 filing deadline.

Trump took Senators Lindsey Graham and Ted Cruz, who’d actually been bent against him, and bent them into fawning sycophants. Trump and his bent spoons are ready to wreck any institution that gets in the way of his re-election or unfettered exercise (We also need to hear from Robert Mueller.)

Robert Redford slammed President Trump — without ever mentioning him by name. The 82-year-old actor voiced his disappointment in the current state of In order to “rescue our democracy,” Redford believes it’s time to “focus energy early and consistently on the right candidates and issues,” both

Now begins a possible one-year extrication countdown that could become final on November 4, 2020 -- just one day after Americans decide whether to grant Trump another four years in office, or to hand the reins of government over to someone else (I'm rooting for the latter).

A newly-sworn-in future president, one who cares about America and its future, could immediately request re-entry into the agreement as a first order of business, and after 30 days our country would be allowed to rejoin as a full, participating member. By that point, other world leaders would have every right to be concerned about the depth of our commitments. We shouldn't even risk it -- we shouldn't even be facing this horrible reality.

Farmer: I won't vote for Trump again without an end to high tariffs, trade war with China

  Farmer: I won't vote for Trump again without an end to high tariffs, trade war with China President Trump makes a lot of big promises to farmers like me who voted for him in 2016. But the burden of his trade war with China is even bigger.President Donald Trump made a big promise last month to American farmers who’ve been battered by his trade war. After announcing what he is calling “phase one” negotiations with China, the president sat behind his desk in the Oval Office and told farmers that they’re now going to need to “buy more land and get bigger tractors.

The administration’s lengthy slate of rollbacks will slow progress on reducing air pollution and greenhouse gases that warm the planet, health experts say.

Donald Trump is touting some praise from Robert Redford , but the actor had a bit more to say than the businessman shared -- not all of it flattering. It's crazy stuff," he told King. Redford added that Americans feel foolish watching the candidates run against each other.

I was honored to be in Paris in 2015, as representatives from more than 170 countries forged the terms of an agreement that would become the cornerstone of a new modern and international approach to fighting climate change. On a stage at Paris City Hall, I sat with mayors from all over the world and heard them describe local actions they were taking to slash their cities' carbon footprints -- they weren't waiting, because mayors are closest to the people and they are experiencing the effects of climate change real-time: wildfires, floods and rising seas. They can't afford to wait.

On a different stage, I sat with indigenous leadership from highly vulnerable Pacific Island cultures and listened to their stories of devastation. It was a reminder that those who have contributed the least to climate change are often tragically the most affected by it.

I only hope now that the rest of the world understands that the American people, including many of our leaders at the state and local levels, are still engaged in the fight against climate change, and still committed to the principles laid out together in Paris just four years ago.

Trump administration set to undo Obama-era regulations on coal toxins, NYT reports

  Trump administration set to undo Obama-era regulations on coal toxins, NYT reports The Trump administration is poised to undo an Obama-era regulation intended to limit emissions of toxins from coal-fired power plants, a move that environmental groups say could lead to significant health problems, The New York Times reported Thursday. © George Frey/Getty Images CASTLE DALE, UT - JUNE 19: Large coal piles sits in front of PacifiCorps, Hunter, 1,320 megawatt coal fired power plant on June 19, 2019 in Castle Dale, Utah. Today the EPA rolled back limits on coal fired power plants.

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Redford was quoted by Trump on Tuesday morning as saying: “I’m glad he’s in there because him being the way he is, and saying what he says the Redford , who endorsed President Barack Obama during the 2012 election, referred to the 2016 presidential race as “Looney Tunes and not Merrie

In Utah, where I live for much of the year, Salt Lake City leaders led an effort to become 100% powered by renewable energy. They join literally hundreds of mayors and governors who have made transitioning to clean energy over the next 20 years their priority.

Not surprisingly, many of these leaders made transitioning to clean energy a centerpiece of their campaigns -- and were rewarded by voters with victory. I only wish it were enough.

We can't allow one unqualified authoritarian's depraved indifference to the climate crisis define Americans' commitments or the character of our nation. The clock is ticking so loudly, the rest of the world can hear it. With enough outrage, enough action, and enough voices rising together, we just might have a chance to compel a reversal of this nonsense.

I'm not sure if it will work, but I know without question that we will all suffer if we don't try.

Trump urges Iran to release ex-FBI agent Levinson .
President Trump took to Twitter late Sunday to urge Iran to release the retired FBI agent who had been missing in the country since 2007 and said it would be a very positive step toward easing tensions between the two countries since provocations on the Strait of Hormuz. © Provided by Fox News Network LLC© FoxNews.com Former FBI agent vanished 10 years ago in Iran Robert Levinson’s disappearance has been the source of intrigue. He vanished during an unauthorized CIA mission.  Iran acknowledged on Sunday that there is an open Revolutionary Court case involving Levinson.“If Iran is able to turn over to the U.S.

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