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The democratic presidential candidates campaign in Iowa, are vying for a spot in the next debate; Peter Doocy reports.
Billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer called, the work for the United States with their “frenemies” in the fight against climate change—which the opposition in his presidential debate debut on Tuesday.
Steyer, took the debate stage for the first time in Ohio, was asked about the crisis in Syria, but pivoted to talk about the environment, in an effort to rally friends and enemies around the world to help in the fight against climate change.
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“We can’t solve, but the climate crisis in the United States by ourselves, but we are working with our allies and our frenemies around the world,” Steyer said.
A “would-be friends,” says the Oxford Dictionary, is a person with whom one is friendly despite a fundamental dislike or rivalry. It is probably the first time the term used in an official presidential debate, or official political attitudes.
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Steyer, during his campaign, claimed that the United States should be at the forefront of the fight against climate change.