White House dismisses need for agenda deal ahead of climate conference
Added 10-26-21 01:03:01pm EST - “National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan on Tuesday dismissed the idea that President Biden needs to reach a deal on his economic agenda, which includes several key provisions to combat climate change, before he departs for Europe…” - Washingtontimes.com
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National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan on Tuesday dismissed the idea that President Biden needs to reach a deal on his economic agenda, which includes several key provisions to combat climate change, before he departs for Europe later this week to attend a climate change conference.
“I think what the allies are looking at is the effort President Biden has undertaken to design and now negotiate an ambitious, effective practical set of investments in climate and clean energy infrastructure in the United States,” Mr. Sullivan told reporters. “They’re excited about it. They raise it when we see them.
“I don’t think that world leaders will look at this as a binary issue: Is it done? Is it not done?” Mr. Sullivan continued. “They’ll say, ‘Is President Biden on track to deliver what he said he’s going to deliver?’ We believe one way or another he’s on track to do that.”
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Mr. Biden leaves Thursday for a European trip that includes attending the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, scheduled to begin on Monday.
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