India, China, Russia ‘don’t take care of their air’
US President Donald Trump has alleged that India, China and Russia do not take care of their air, while America does, noting that he withdrew from the “one-sided, energy-destroying” Paris climate accord which would have made it a “non-competitive nation”.
Trump, in his address on energy and the Permian Basin in Midland, Texas, on Wednesday said that by imposing these punishing restrictions “the Washington radical-Left, crazy Democrats” would also send countless American jobs, factories, industries to China and to other foreign polluting states.
“They want us to take care of our air, but China doesn’t take care of its air. In all fairness, India doesn’t take care of its air. Russia doesn’t take care of its air. But we do. Not on my watch, it’s not going to happen — I can tell you that. Because as long as I’m President, we will always put America first. It’s very simple,” he said.
“For years and years, we put other countries first, and we now put America first. As we have seen in cities and towns across our nation, it’s not just Texas oil that the radical Democrats want to destroy; they want to destroy our country,” he said.
Such radical Democrats, he alleged, do not love the country in any way, shape or form. “There’s no respect for the American way of life. There is no way of life ever in history that’s been like the great American way of life. There is no respect, but there is by you, and there is by 95 per cent of our people.