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Trump Winning Over Former Military Members

"There has never been a president who has actively pursued an agenda so hostile to the environment and public health at the behest of polluters than Mr Trump", he said.

"We will defend the environment but we will also defend American sovereignty, American prosperity, and we will defend American jobs", he said in his Monday speech.

Gore, co-winner of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for his activism on climate change, said that "American voters aren't fooled by the President's attempts to cover up his failed environmental record".

Forty-five percent of veterans said they believe Trump doesn't listen to his military leaders enough, while a similar share said Trump listens about the right amount.

In a briefing with reporters before the event, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler cited a 74% drop in key measures of air pollution "between 1970 and 2018". He highlighted acts of environmental stewardship his administration has taken to improve the environment.

"It's hard for the young men and women who join the military to truly understand the concept of apolitical service when they see their commander-in-chief demonize his political enemies and (voice) blatantly partisan themes nearly every time he addresses them", Hensley said.

Brett Hartl of the Center for Biological Diversity called it "bizarre that Trump thinks he can slap a happy face sticker over the vast wounds he's inflicting on America's environment". Streets and sidewalks along the National Mall also flooded, as did the White House basement.

Mr Ken Cook, a spokesman for the Environmental Working Group, called Mr Trump's speech "utter fantasy".

"This president does care about the environment, and he's doing something about it". The US president, who has called climate change a Chinese hoax, dismissed a report past year by his own government warning of massive economic losses should carbon emissions continue to feed climate change unchecked. Trump did note that since he took office the USA has become the world's leading producer of oil and gas.

More recently, a growing number of cities, states, businesses and even some utilities have pledged to try to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions - a trend in direct conflict with the Trump administration's support of fossil fuels.

Mr Trump's speech was scheduled in part to mark the EPA's formal completion of the Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule to encourage efficiency from coal-fired power plants.

USA greenhouse emissions grew 3.4 per cent in 2018, the largest increase in eight years, and Trump scrapped predecessor Barack Obama's Clean Power Plan, which set a goal of reducing emissions 32 per cent by 2030, taking the 2005 level as a baseline.

"We want clean air and we want crystal clear water", Trump told an enthusiastic crowd, saying that achieving both things does not conflict with his "pro-growth policies".

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