Donald Trump reiterates India’s environmental criticism in 1 speech after White House departure

Donald Trump reiterates India’s environmental criticism in 1 speech after White House departure

New York: Former US President Donald Trump has reiterated criticism of India’s environmental record in his first speech after leaving the White House after the defeat.
Speaking to a conservative group on Sunday, he attacked his successor Joe Biden’s decision to rejoin the Paris Climate Change Agreement, stating that the US had given “the cleanest water to pure air”, but It was accepting sanctions that would spend on jobs and affect the economy while India, China and Russia were polluters.
He said, “When we are playing (as per rules) it is good, but there is no China and no Russia and no India, so they are throwing smoke … and we are trying to save everything “, He said at the annual conference of the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida.
“First of all, China doesn’t kick in for 10 years, Russia goes by an old standard that was not a clean standard and another country, but we get it right from the beginning when it costs hundreds of thousands and millions of jobs. Hai, it was a disaster, ”he said.
With Biden countering his immigration policies, Trump differentiated between legal and illegal immigrants. He accused her of opening boundaries for illegal immigration, but reiterated her call for a merit-based immigration system.
“Trumpism means strong boundaries, but people coming into our country based on the system of merit. So they come in and they can help us, as opposed to coming here, and for us including criminals Not good, many of which are ”
He said that an immigration crisis was going on along the southern border with Mexico and that countries sending “caravans” of illegal migrants to Central America were “not giving us their best and their best”.
He criticized Biden’s policies for allowing “chain migration” of members of extended families and for increasing the number of legal refugees inside.
He said the perpetrators were freed by Biden’s order prohibiting deportation.
The former president also took aim at outsourcing.
“We believe in standing with China, shutting down outsourcing, bringing back our factories and supplying chains and ensuring that America does not dominate China over the future of the world,” he said.

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