by Post Editorial Board

Before he leaves office, President Trump can do one thing to forestall Joe Biden’s destructive green agenda: ensure the Paris climate accord, which Biden wants to rejoin, lacks “any binding legal power,” Steve Milloy argues in The Wall Street Journal. How? By preemptively submitting the accord to the Senate, where “Majority Leader Mitch McConnell should schedule a quick vote.” That way, a federal court can’t “subsequently resurrect a legislatively tossed treaty,” as happened with President Barack Obama’s DACA immigration order — rescinded by Trump but revived by an activist judiciary. The result: Trump would “make it difficult” for Biden “to bind his successors to his executive actions.”

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