Conservative Review and America’s Voice News contributor Tom Borelli Ph.D. discussed the impact of climate change policy on the 2020 presidential election on the Fox Business Network.
In the wake of a surprising election result in Australia where the liberal party that supported an aggressive climate change policy proponent lost, indicates U.S. presidential candidates running on strong regulations to affect greenhouse gas emissions will backfire.
Speaking with Charles Payne, host of “Making Money with Charles Payne,” Borelli emphasized the election in Australia was a “political test market” showing voters will not support climate change policies that damage the economy.
Climate change is a huge issue with Democrats and will play a major role to determine which candidate will win the nomination for president.
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) supports the Green New Deal while former Vice President Joe Biden, based on news stories, indicated he might take a more moderate approach regarding greenhouse gas regulations.
Biden has not officially released his climate change plans.
Sanders jumped on the news stories suggesting Biden was going to release a moderate climate change plan.
Borelli said the Democrat’s support of climate change regulations will help President Trump win the 2020 election.