'Take a Chill Pill': Cavuto Reacts to Media Meltdown Over Climate Pact Exit
In fact, many headlines portrayed this as a doomsday scenario:
— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) June 2, 2017
In withdrawing from the Paris agreement, Donald Trump gave free rein to his maniacal, zero-sum view of the world. https://t.co/EoJgLvyBOS
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) June 2, 2017
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) June 1, 2017
On "Your World," Neil Cavuto pointed out that the financial markets are not reflecting this alleged looming climate catastrophe, with the Dow, Nasdaq and S&P closing at all-time highs.
"I'm think to myself, 'Wait a minute, Drop Dead?' It's a lie!" Cavuto said.
He explained that if these headlines are accurate and our planet is indeed going to go "kablooey," then Americans' investments, financial balance sheets, credit scores and economic optimism would not be soaring.
Cavuto added that the U.S. has been leading the world on reducing CO2 emissions long before the Paris agreement was signed, and, as Trump said in his announcement, will continue to do so.
Cavuto said he doesn't want to debate climate change, no matter what one's views on the issue happen to be.
"I am here to say, my friends, we have to step back and all take a chill pill," Cavuto said.
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