Club for Growth Applauds President Trump’s Plan to Withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement

Rachael Slobodien - May 31st, 2017

Washington, DC –In light of President Donald Trump’s imminent announcement to remove the United States from the Paris climate agreement, Club for Growth President David McIntosh offered the following statement:

“Today, the Club for Growth applauds President Trump’s forthcoming decision to begin the process of withdrawing the United States from the Paris climate agreement,” said Club for Growth president David McIntosh.

For far too long the Obama Administration allowed foreign governments and alarmist environmentalists to dictate, not only climate change policy, but worse our nation’s economic policy.  President Trump’s decision sends a strong message to the environmentalist movement: no longer will the United States be strong armed by their scare tactics intended to harm our economy and inhibit economic growth.

With this announcement, President Trump takes a significant step toward putting American taxpayers and businesses back in the driver’s seat.  We encourage the President to continue to take actions that will unleash economic growth and create more American jobs and opportunities.”

Charles Payne and Club PAC Endorsed Candidate Ralph Norman About Recent Victory in SC-05

Stacy French - May 22nd, 2017
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Club for Growth PAC Congratulates Ralph Norman (SC-05)

Doug Sachtleben - May 17th, 2017

“Ralph Norman’s victory tonight paves the way for electing a proven economic conservative.”

Washington, DC – The Club for Growth PAC released the following statement congratulating its endorsed candidate, Ralph Norman, for winning tonight’s GOP primary runoff in South Carolina’s 5th Congressional District:

“Ralph Norman’s victory tonight paves the way for electing a proven economic conservative for the seat formerly held by Mick Mulvaney,” said Club for Growth PAC President David McIntosh. “Ralph’s record of opposing high taxes and big-government policies is exactly what voters in SC-05 want, and we look forward to him winning the seat outright by beating his Democrat opponent in June.”

  • Ralph Norman was endorsed by the Club for Growth PAC on May 9, 2017.
  • Club for Growth and Club for Growth Action invested more than $861,000 on independent expenditures in support of Ralph, in addition to Club members bundling directly to the Norman campaign through the Club for Growth PAC.

Club for Growth PAC and Club for Growth Action are political arms of the Club for Growth, a 501(c)(4).

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Club for Growth Urges Fiscal Responsibility on Infrastructure Spending

Doug Sachtleben - May 11th, 2017

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The Club for Growth co-signed a letter to Congress urging strong support for protecting taxpayers and reforming regulations for any future spending on transportation and infrastructure. Click on the link above to read the letter.

Club for Growth Urges President Trump to Withdraw From Paris Climate Agreement

Doug Sachtleben - May 09th, 2017

“The Paris climate agreement threatens to harm American economic growth.”

 

Washington, DC –Club for Growth president David McIntosh, in remarks prepared for delivery today in Chicago at the American Coatings Association’s Spring Leadership Council, will urge the Trump Administration to begin the process of withdrawing the United States from the Paris climate agreement:

 

“The Paris climate agreement threatens to harm American economic growth,” said Club for Growth president David McIntosh. “President Trump was right during his campaign when he pledged ‘…to cancel the Paris Climate Agreement and stop all payments of U.S. tax dollars to U.N. global warming programs.’  The Paris Agreement undermines the Trump agenda of restoring economic growth and creating more American jobs.”

 

McIntosh also contends that the agreement will increase litigation over environmental regulations and will hinder the President’s promise to cut regulatory costs on American businesses.