Koons Biden vows ’empty-handed’ to attend Glasgow climate conference

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First on Fox: Its. Chris Coons, D-Del., President Biden has vowed not to “empty-handed” himself at the G20 climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland.

Coons spoke with LBL for a phone interview Tuesday and touched on President Biden’s upcoming climate conference attendance.

The Delaware senator promised that Biden would not appear in Scotland behind the eight-ball mark on climate issues.

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“They’re not going to show up empty-handed,” Koons said. “We have already made progress.” President Trump signed legislation into energy policy under Senators [Lisa] Murkowski and [Joe] Manchin. This is a robust and significant step in clean energy policy.

“But this is really a bipartisan infrastructure bill that makes the promise and the possibility of those two steps real,” the senator continued. “It’s already cleared the Senate by a strong bipartisan gap. I’m optimistic it will clear the House.”

Sen. Chris Koons, D-Del., Said Biden would not show ’empty-handed’ to the Glasgow climate conference.
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Biden has “things to suggest to the broader support of that mandate,” such as the Civilian Climate Corps, “expanding clean energy tax credits” and “investing in climate resilience,” Koons said.

“I think they have a strong platform to go to Glasgow and talk to our allies,” Koons added. “I think it will be even stronger by bringing the infrastructure bill to his desk.”

On Tuesday morning, the Delaware senator was quoted Punchbowl News He said he “strengthened” his “colleagues” as the next week would be a crucial week for the president and for America’s “leadership on the world stage.”

“They like going to the G20 and [the climate conference] And, say, ‘Well, we’re still working out the details,’ and then working on the details a week later is an enormous missed opportunity, ”Koons said.

Munchkin and cinema linchpin to Democrats to get the president’s agenda across the Senate in the Senate.

Cinema has been a key figure in the Democrats’ struggle to get Biden’s agenda across the Senate finish line, Sen. West Virginia. Joe Manchin, a fellow Democrat, joined in pushing for a moderate approach to spending bills.

Sen.  Joe Manchin (D-WV) speaking at a press conference outside his office on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC on October 6, 2021

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) speaking at a press conference outside his office on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC on October 6, 2021
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Because of her staunch moderation on bills, the film has tolerated progressive protesters mingling with her in airports and, most notably, following her to a women’s restroom at Arizona State University while filming her.

Koons, who replaced the president in the Senate when Biden was elected vice president, burned down protesters for their actions, telling LBL that it was not appropriate to follow the movies to the bathroom with their cameras rolling.

Of late.  Kirsten Cinema, D-Ariz.

Of late. Kirsten Cinema, D-Ariz.
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“Look, accountability to our voters, openness to the opinions of those we represent is an integral part of the public service,” said Koons, who “crosses the line to harass, intimidate, and abuse other people.”

“Harassing and intimidating elected officials is not a constructive way to try to change their mind about a position,” he said. “But, frankly, pursuing others, Sen. Cinema students, who have nothing to do with his policy stances, I think is a wrong step.”

Houston Keen is a reporter for LBL Digital. You can find them on Twitter at @HoustonKeene.

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