JUST IN: Trump Tells G7 He Absolutely Will NOT Sign The Rome Meeting’s Paris Endorsement

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President Trump refused to sign a statement committing to the Paris Climate Agreement, per The Daily Caller.

Trump promised during the campaign that he would withdraw from the agreement.

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Secretary of Energy Rick Perry said the U.S. “is in the process of reviewing many of its policies and reserves its position on this issue, which will be communicated at a future date,” Italy’s industry and energy minister Carlo Calenda said in a statement.

Calenda said other G7 members “reaffirmed their commitment towards the implementation of the Paris Agreement to effectively limit the increase in global temperature well below 2°C above pre-industrial level.”

The president is apparently still examining the agreement to determine whether or not he’ll officially withdraw.

Former Texas Governor Rick Perry, who now serves as Trump’s Energy Secretary, met with the rest of the G7 countries in Rome for a meeting of energy ministers.

A policy agreement was signed by all of the countries at the end of the meeting which included the Paris Climate Agreement. Perry did not sign the document since he could not officially commit.