President Trump on Saturday at the G-7 fell summit in Italy, the climate protection agreement to join six other leading Nations in its promise to comply with the 2015 in Paris.
Trump on Twitter post earlier in the day, that he would make a final decision next week about whether the United States would continue to be in business, in the major countries agreed to cut back on the emission of greenhouse gases and pollutants believed that the increase in the temperature of the earth and damage the environment.
The other six members of the G – 7 — Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United Kingdom — confirmed the agreement, signed by former President Barack Obama.
The group also said that the US “will not be able to join consensus” on climate change.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.