You have to admire someone who keeps their word and sticks to their promises. I learned that once and it paid off in the end.
I was working somewhere that I found out that the company was closing the facility down at the end of the week one year. After we found out, it seemed that almost everyone didn’t bother coming in.
Except me and about a third of the people. The boss basically told us that if we ever needed anything that we were to call him. About six months later, he wrote me a letter of recommendation for a job I still have more than a decade later.
There’s no doubt about it: The ongoing chaos of the 2020 elections is capturing America’s attention like no other political contest in recent memory has.
While Americans sifted through reports of election fraud and disappearing leads, President Donald Trump quietly fulfilled a promise made to the people of the United States.
The move came Wednesday morning as America officially left the Paris climate accords.
According to The Associated Press, the departure began last year and was only finally formalized this week. Trump had promised in 2017 that he would abandon the Paris Agreement and save America jobs from “job-killing regulations.”
Other countries party to the agreement were quick to condemn Trump’s decision.
“There is no greater responsibility than protecting our planet and people from the threat of climate change,” a joint statement from Britain, Chile and Italy read.
“The science is clear that we must urgently scale up action and work together to reduce the impacts of global warming and to ensure a greener, more resilient future for us all. The Paris Agreement provides the right framework to achieve this.