Against the Constitution to make treaties.
Leading political figures from the U.S. said they planned to fulfill what they could of the international Paris climate deal, even though President Trump said the federal government will be pulling out of it.
Speaking Saturday at a conference in Bonn, Germany, for world leaders who agreed to the deal, multiple high-profile Democrats said they still wanted U.S. cities and states to comply with the agreement.
“This is a pledge, and it’s a pledge that you cash because it’s real. We’re doing real stuff in California,” Democratic California Gov. Jerry Brown said, according to the Sacramento Bee. “When cities and states combine together, and then join with powerful corporation, that’s how we get stuff done.”