US President Donald Trump defended his stance on climate change and the withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord at the press conference in Osaka.
When asked about climate change, Trump replied, "We have the best numbers we've ever had recently, and I'm not looking to put our companies out of business... I'm not looking to create a standard that is so high that we're going to lose 20 to 25% of our production."
"We have the cleanest air we've ever had, but I'm not willing to sacrifice the tremendous power of what we've built up over a long period of time and what I've enhanced and revived.
It doesn't always work with a windmill. When the wind goes off, the plant isn't working. It doesn't always work with solar because solar's just not strong enough, and a lot of them want to go to wind, which has caused a lot of problems."
He concluded: "I don't like it, I don't like it."
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