Feb 19, 2016

Fiji Approving UN Treaty Undermines Obama's Climate Agenda | The Daily Caller

Fiji became the first country to ratify the United Nations Paris agreement on global warming earlier this week, but the way the deal was approved may pose huge problems for President Barack Obama’s

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