Trump advisers to discuss U.S. role in Paris climate pact Thursday - official | Reuters

WASHINGTON White House advisers and Trump administration officials will meet on Thursday to discuss whether the United States should remain in the Paris climate agreement, a White House official said on Wednesday. The meeting, which will include member of the National Economic Council and cabinet officials such as Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt and Energy Secretary Rick Perry, was scheduled for 1:30 P.M. EDT (1730 GMT).

Reuters April 27, 2017 00:16:32 IST
Trump advisers to discuss U.S. role in Paris climate pact Thursday - official
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Trump advisers to discuss US role in Paris climate pact Thursday  official
 Reuters

WASHINGTON White House advisers and Trump administration officials will meet on Thursday to discuss whether the United States should remain in the Paris climate agreement, a White House official said on Wednesday.

The meeting, which will include member of the National Economic Council and cabinet officials such as Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt and Energy Secretary Rick Perry, was scheduled for 1:30 P.M. EDT (1730 GMT).

(Reporting by Steve Holland, Valerie Volcovici; editing by Grant McCool)

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