Trump Has THIS To Say About Climate Change In New York Times Interview

President-Elect Donald Trump has just completed an interview with the New York Times, a paper he says he wants to develop a better relationship with, and he had a few things to say about climate change.


As reported by a live New York Times Twitter feed of the interview, Trump was asked if he thinks climate change is manmade.

“I think there is some connectivity. Some, something. It depends on how much," Trump relied, but he added his concern about climate change policies and "how much it will cost our companies.”

When asked about withdrawing from climate change accords that would place restrictions on the U.S., Trump said, “I’m looking at it very closely. I have an open mind to it."

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