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Could The U.S. Stay In The Paris Climate Accorde?

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced on Sunday that the United States could remain in the Paris climate accord under the right conditions.

During an appearance on CBS's 'Face the Nation,' Tillerson said that President Donald Trump was willing to work with partners in the Paris agreement if the United States could construct terms that are fair and balanced for Americans.

He said that Trump's economic adviser, Gary Cohn, was overseeing the issue..

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