The People’s Republic of China is…wary…of dealing with a President Trump, and they’re expressing that wariness in the milieu of the Paris climate accord. Xie Zhenhua, the PRC’s climate negotiator, is being cited by The Guardian as saying, in response to Republican Party Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s commitment to walk away from the accord, that
The world is moving towards balancing environmental protection and economic growth….
I believe a wise political leader should take policy stances that conform with global trends.
And Trump should continue the meekness of President Barack Obama’s (D) following along leading from behind. The PRC is much more comfortable that way.
That just supports the thesis that the Paris climate accord is worthless, and we should walk away from it.