WASHINGTON – Vice President Mike Pence won’t say whether climate change is a threat to the United States.
On Sunday the vice president sat down with CNN’s Jake Tapper on “State of the Union.”
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Tapper pointed to an assessment made by the Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats in January that said climate change was “likely to fuel competition for resources, economic distress and social discontent through 2019 and beyond.”
Tapper also noted how the Trump administration this week rolled back Obama-era regulations on coal.
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Tapper asked the vice president if he thought a “human-induced climate emergency” was a threat to the United States.
“Well, what I will tell you is that we’ll always follow the science on that in this administration,” Pence replied.
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“The science says it is,” Tapper shot back.
Pence said that President Obama’s Clean Power Plan “was hamstringing energy in this country” and “raising the cost of the utility rates for working families.”
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Tapper again asked the vice president if he thought it was a threat.
Pence just continued with what he had been saying, adding that nations like China and India haven’t pulled their weight.
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