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GOP Candidates Said Republicans Need To Pay Attention To Climate Change

Video Credit: Wochit News
Published on September 25, 2019 - Duration: 00:32s

GOP Candidates Said Republicans Need To Pay Attention To Climate Change

During the GOP primary debate former Rep.

Joe Walsh and former Gov.

Bill Weld talked about climate change.

The two primary challengers of President Donald Trump agrees that Republicans need to take climate change seriously.

According to Business Insider, Walsh noted that it’s an issue that young Americans are worried about.

Bill Weld said putting “a price on carbon and fighting climate change is the right thing to do.

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