2020 U.S. presidential debate: why did Trump make such a statement for India?

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In the presidential debate of the last round of the 2020 US presidential election, this time US President Donald Trump discussed climate change. It took the name of India.

Donald Trump, president of the United States.

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) President and Republican candidate Donald in the last round of the 2020 US presidential debate) President Donald Trump again mentioned India in response to a question from Democratic rival Joe Biden. This time, US President Donald Trump mentioned India when discussing climate change.

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Confrontation with China and Russia

During a discussion on climate change, US President Donald Trump said that America now has the best record in fighting climate change and above all in terms of carbon emissions. He said look at China, Russia and India, how “dirty” these countries are. Trump claimed that “the air was dirty there,” as can also be seen adding to Trump’s previous trips to these countries. Furthermore, Trump’s statement will likely be debated among Indian-American voters.

Trump holds his position

Let us tell you that Donald Trump is known for his vile views on climate change. Under his supervision, the United States withdrew from the Paris Agreement. Trump was of the opinion that America should not be forced to bear a greater burden on climate change than other countries in the world. He seemed to repeat the same position even during the debate on the presidential elections.

To justify withdrawing from the Paris Agreement, Trump said: “The Paris Agreement would have cost America trillions of dollars, we were treated very badly, so we backed off.” By targeting previous governments, Trump said it was the fault of those who made this deal. In this way, the previous governments wanted to end our activities.

Joe Biden’s Side

In this regard, Joe Biden argued that climate change and global warming are a “threat to existence” for humanity. Everyone has a moral responsibility to face it. He said he was able to promote both environmental organizations and workers on the board of his climate plan. Biden said his plans would create more jobs than Trump.

Please say that even before Donald Trump mentioned India in the US election. Earlier, Trump compared India to India on the Coronavirus and claimed thousands of people are losing their lives every day in India.


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