Professional Courtesy?


OK, professional for lack of a better term, but for now it looks as if one orange-hued ball of hot gas, hell bent on global destruction, will do what he can to facilitate another

Three administration officials with direct knowledge of the intense White House debate said early Wednesday morning that Mr. Trump was expected to withdraw the United States from the 2015 climate change accord that committed nearly every nation to take action to curb the warming of the planet.

More here, and here.

Allegedly it’s not a done deal, which I guess means Jared and Ivanka could be engaged in some last minute attempts to yank Trump’s foot out of his mouth to the extent they’re able. Or maybe–as with all things to which the boy king finally applies his rudimentary mental processes–he came to the realization that “nobody knew it could be so complicated.” But I wouldn’t bet on that. Maybe it’s more just a case of Orange Narcissus insisting, once again, on being the center of attention for as long as he can.

It’s enough to make you want to scream.

2 thoughts on “Professional Courtesy?

  1. I’m having trouble finding anything definitive as to whether Dinglefritz can unilaterally give notice of withdrawal from either the Paris accord or the underlying Convention, or whether doing so requires the consent of the Senate—which seems like it might not be that easy to get, even by majority vote. Anyone know for sure how this works?

  2. I read or heard that it was set up to not require Senate ratification, so I’d also guess Orange N. could pull the plug…or maybe I should say roll coal, not that I honestly think that’s really the fad they claimed it to be…

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