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Ted Cruz Twitter on Paris Agreement

Texas Senator Ted Cruz recently took to Twitter to express his thoughts on the Paris Agreement, an international agreement on climate change. In his tweet, Cruz voiced his opposition to the agreement and called it a “bad deal for America.”

The Paris Agreement was signed in 2015 by nearly 200 countries, with the goal of limiting global warming to less than 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. The agreement requires each country to set its own targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and regularly report on their progress.

Despite the agreement`s broad support from world leaders and environmental groups, Cruz has been a vocal critic of the agreement. In his tweet, he claimed that the agreement would “cost trillions” and “do nothing to reduce global temperatures.”

Cruz`s opposition to the Paris Agreement is not surprising, as he is an outspoken climate change denier. He has previously claimed that the scientific consensus on climate change is “not settled” and has called efforts to combat climate change a “religion” rather than a legitimate scientific concern.

Critics of Cruz`s stance on climate change argue that his rejection of the Paris Agreement and other environmental measures is based on politics rather than sound science. They point to the overwhelming evidence that climate change is real and that human activity, particularly the burning of fossil fuels, is a major contributor.

Despite the intense debate surrounding climate change and the Paris Agreement, one thing is clear: the issue will continue to be a major topic of discussion and action for years to come. While some politicians like Cruz may continue to oppose efforts to combat climate change, others are working to find solutions and create a more sustainable future for all.