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Rick Perry doesn't blame carbon dioxide for climate change

MailOnline Monday, 19 June 2017
Rick Perry doesn't blame carbon dioxide for climate changeEnergy Secretary Rick Perry told CNBC Monday that he doubted carbon dioxide emissions were primarily responsible for global warming, as he praised climate change skeptics.
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