The delay is due to the complex rules introduced in the Paris agreement to deal with the possibility that a future US president will decide to withdraw the country from the agreement. Other countries have many security, economic and diplomatic reasons to cooperate with the United States to address issues of mutual interest. The exit of the agreement will not change that. Trump`s exit from the Paris accord will have an impact on other countries by cutting financial assistance to the Green Climate Fund.  The end of US funding of $3 billion will have a final impact on climate change research and will reduce society`s chances of meeting the Paris Agreement goals and omit U.S. contributions to future IPCC reports.   Trump`s decision will also affect CO2 emission space and carbon prices.  The withdrawal of the United States will also mean that the place where the global climate regime can be adopted will be accessible to China and the EU.  Trump held a press conference in the White House Rose Garden in June 2017, when he promised to withdraw from the agreement and said he was unfair to the United States, which would leave the agreement and then begin negotiations to resume it, or a new agreement “on a fair terms for the United States.” You promised to put America at the forefront of everything you do, and you did it in different ways, from trade to national security, to protecting our borders, to the rights of Washington, D.C. And today, you put America first in terms of international agreements and the environment. Republicans have mixed down Trump`s decision to step down. Vice President Mike Pence said the Trump administration has shown “real leadership” in pulling the United States out of international agreements that he called “a wealth transfer from the world`s most powerful economy to other countries in the world.” He also said he did not understand why Democrats and Liberals in the United States and the left around the world are dealing with climate change.
  Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, House Of Representatives spokesman Paul Ryan, counsel to President Kellyanne Conway and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt hailed the decision as a victory for the American middle class, workers, businesses and coal miners.    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton called Trump`s decision “courageous” and said it was a burden on the U.S. taxpayer.  Maine Senator Susan Collins, however, criticized the decision and said she was disappointed.  Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger released a video address in which he called Trump`s decision a regression.  Nearly 200 countries signed the agreement in 2015 and have committed nationally to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Each country has set its own goals, and many rich countries, including the United States, have also agreed to help the poorest countries bear the costs of climate change. US President Donald Trump has kept a central campaign promise and announced that the US will withdraw from the Paris climate agreement. In short, the agreement does not eliminate coal jobs, it only transfers those jobs from the United States and the United States and ships them overseas. This agreement is not so much about climate as it is about other countries gaining a financial advantage over the United States.
The rest of the world applauded when we signed the Paris Agreement — they went wild; they were so happy – for the simple reason that it put our country, the United States of America, which we all love, in a very, very great economic disadvantage. A cynic would say that the obvious reason for the economic competitors and their desire to stay in the agreement is that we continue to suffer this great self-inflicted economic injury. It would be very difficult to compete with other countries in other parts of the world. There are also serious legal and constitutional issues. Foreign heads of state and government in Europe, Asia and around the world should