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Former Defense Leaders Warn White House It's 'Dangerous' To Downplay Climate Change

Generals, admirals, former national security officials, and scientists have signed a letter to the president warning that climate change is a threat to national security.

In a letter to President Trump, 58 former military and national security officials expressed deep concern about reported plans to create "a committee to dispute and undermine military and

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