Buttigieg: Green New Deal resolution 'the right beginning'

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U.S. Congressional Democrats have launched a sweeping plan to transform the U.S. economy they say to fight climate change and create jobs in renewable energy, Kallanish Energy reports.

Robert Hockett, an advisor to Ocasio-Cortez, even went on Tucker Carlson to further push the lie that the document claiming the Green New Deal would pay people who are "unwilling" to work was not from her team.

At least six Democrats running for president have backed the proposal.

Calling climate change "a national emergency", Buttigieg said the concept matched "a sense of urgency about that problem of climate change with a sense of opportunity around what the solutions might represent".

Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi did not explicitly endorse the Green New Deal, but welcomed "the enthusiasm" of its backers, AP reported.

"I think it's the right beginning", Buttigieg said of the resolution on CNN's "State of the Union" with Jake Tapper.

"It sounds like a high school term paper that got a low mark", Trump said at a campaign-style rally in El Paso, Texas, referring to the legislation that was written in standard House format.

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The plan outlines some of the most aggressive climate goals ever put forward by Democratic lawmakers and clashes dramatically with the Trump administration's efforts to advance domestic oil, gas and coal production by rolling back environmental protections.

Ocasio-Cortez said the plan addresses the growing frustration among young people who feel that more needs to be done to fight global warming.

President Trump blasted Rep.

"How do you take a train to Europe?"

On "America's Newsroom" Tuesday, Hilton said Trump wasn't criticizing the literary merits of the proposal, but it's policies, which Hilton said would have "devastating" real-world consequences.

The name, Green New Deal, references the New Deal of the 1930s that President Franklin Roosevelt implemented to aid Americans suffering in the Great Depression by embarking on huge government-led infrastructure projects.

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