Obama: Climate deal wouldn't be legally binding


The White House said any climate change deal reached in Paris would not be legally binding, reinforcing concerns by Republican critics that President Obama is seeking to go around Congress.

The Obama administration argues that a legally binding agreement would dissuade big polluters China and India from making steeper emission cuts under a United Nations climate change deal the president wants to succeed over the next two weeks in Paris.

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