Trump Team Clarifies Stance On Climate Change

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U.S. AMBASSADOR TO THE UNITED NATIONS IS CLARIFYING THE PRESIDENT'S STANCE. Reporter: THE U.S. AMBASSADOR TO THE UNITED NATIONS NIKKI HALEY IS MAKING IT CLEAR HOW PRESIDENT TRUMP VIEWS CLIMATE CHANGE. SHE BELIEVES THE CLIMATE IS CHANGING. HE BELIEVES POLLUTANTS ARE PART OF THAT. Reporter: THE INTERVIEW WILL AIR SUNDAY ON CBS FACED THE NATION. FRIDAY WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY SEAN SPICER AND THE HEAD OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY DEFLECTED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE PRESIDENT'S VIEW ON CLIMATE CHANGE FOLLOWING HIS DECISION TO PULL OUT OF THE PARIS CLIMATE ACCORD. I HAVE NOT HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE THAT DISCUSSION. Reporter: SUPPORTERS OF THE MOVE HELD A RALLY OUTSIDE OF THE WHITE HOUSE. WE DO HAVE TO THINK ABOUT AMERICA AND WHAT WE ARE DOING. AND NOT JUST GO ALONG WITH EVERYBODY ELSE BECAUSE THEY SAY WE SHOULD. Reporter: THOSE OPPOSED TO THE PRESIDENT'S POLICIES HELD MORE THAN 100 PROTESTS IN CITIES AROUND THE WORLD.

OUR PLANET! Reporter: DEMANDING A FULL INVESTIGATION INTO WHAT CONNECTIONS THE TRUMP TEAM HAD WITH RUSSIA. WE ARE TRYING TO SEND SIGNALS TO OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS THIS IS IMPORTANT TO US. Reporter: THE INVESTIGATION WILL BE BACK IN THE SPOTLIGHT NEXT WEEK. WHEN FORMER FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY IS SCHEDULED TO TESTIFY BEFORE CONGRESS. PRESIDENT TRUMP IS CONSIDERING INVOKING EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE IN.

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