Liberals went into hissy fits after President Donald Trump announced the US would exit the Paris climate pact, with some world leaders complaining it was the worst thing Trump could ever do.

Over at the Huffington Post, Trump’s departure from the climate treaty and offer to re-negotiate a better deal for America equated to the end of the world.

The heads of state of France, Germany and Italy issued a joint statement saying they “regret the decision by the United States of America.”

Ahead of the decision, billionaire climate activist Tom Steyer claimed Trump would be “committing a traitorous act of war against the American people.”

The liberal governors of California, New York and Washington announced the formation of the “United States Climate Alliance,” a coalition of states dedicated to helping “fill the void left by the federal government.”

After the president used the name of his city as a representative example of an American town, the Mayor of Pittsburgh tweeted they would continue to “follow the guidelines of the Paris Agreement.”

President Obama said Trump’s decision meant the US was relinquishing world leadership:

New York Senator Chuck Schumer called the president’s action “a devastating failure of historic proportions”:

Presidential loser Bernie Sanders called Trump’s act an “international disgrace.”

In a Facebook screed, failed presidential candidate and Skull and Bones member John Kerry said Trump’s exit from the climate agreement was “a self-destructive step that puts our nation last.”

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg cried Trump was putting “children’s future at risk.”

Global warming alarmist Al Gore asserted the decision proved “Trump won’t lead,” so “the American people will.”

Meanwhile, Republicans such as House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell praised Trump’s reversal of former President Obama’s climate agenda, agreeing the decision would save US jobs.


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