It’s been a busy week for President Donald Trump and his administration.
On Tuesday, he was expected to sign a landmark executive order, the Climate Action Plan, aimed at halting climate change.
He is set to meet with U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres later in the week.
But the White House has been unable to put its plan into action, and as of Thursday, there were still more than 100 days until the end of the administration’s term.
And in the midst of the chaos, one of the most influential voices in the world’s most populous country has been left out of the process.
“I don’t think there’s any other administration that is going to have such a clear and clear agenda that it has to be the United States that is leading the world,” said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, who is an early Trump supporter.
“I think the Trump administration is going in with that.
They want to be on the forefront of this, and it’s not even a question of whether they are, it’s whether they can make that happen.”
Trump and his aides have not been forthcoming about how the U.S. plan will work.
There are no detailed details about how it will work or what it will do.
There’s no public schedule for how the plan will be implemented, which is expected to take years.
But Zandi said the administration is taking a hands-off approach to what is already an “unworkable” and “overly ambitious” approach to addressing climate change, and he predicts it will take years to make it work.
“You’re talking about an enormous amount of work and enormous cost and it may not be sustainable in a short period of time,” Zandi told CNN.
Zandi said it is “not the way to solve a problem, it is the way not to solve the problem.”
He said the United Nations is “at the very end of its mandate” on climate change negotiations.
The U.K. and China, meanwhile, have been negotiating on a new climate treaty.
But Trump has also signaled his intention to take executive action on climate issues.
He told reporters Wednesday that he has asked the White Board of Advisers, the advisory group that is supposed to steer the White Trump administration’s policy on climate, to take a look at ways to improve the U,S.
approach to climate change.
“It is very, very important that we have an effective and effective process to do this,” Trump said at a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“We can’t just wait and do nothing.
We have to do something.”
Trump has repeatedly vowed to take action on global warming during his first 100 days in office.
He has called for an emissions cap of at least 45 percent by 2025.
He also pledged to renegotiate trade deals, including the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
But there’s been no sign that Trump has set any firm timeline for taking action.
The U. S. has been moving to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, a deal negotiated by the Obama administration.
And Trump has said he will not sign a U. N. climate treaty if it does not include strong emissions cuts.
In the meantime, U. A,S.,has made progress on several other climate issues, such as the Keystone XL pipeline.
But the president has not been willing to commit to keeping that project in the pipeline and instead has pledged to withdraw it if it gets in the way of his goals of achieving U.A.,S.,s goals of reaching its climate goals.
Zandis said the decision to withdraw Keystone was the right one, but he warned that “there are other opportunities” for U.s. climate change action.ZANDIS: ‘Trump and I were both in the right place at the right time’In fact, Zandi pointed to Trump’s past statements about climate policy as an example of how a climate-focused administration can win.
Trump has been a vocal critic of climate change policies and the U.,S.
has already started withdrawing from the Kyoto Protocol.
Zandi explained that the Trump Administration was “in the right position” at the time the United Kingdom decided to leave the Paris Climate Agreement, when “the President had made clear that he was going to be aggressive in reducing carbon emissions and that he would do it through the United State of America.”
The United States has made progress in the U-S.
fight against climate change in the past few years, but it is still far from being a leader on the issue.
Zandis noted that the U.-S.
was the last country in the developed world to ratify the Paris agreement.
Zanda said that U.C. Davis and the University of California, Berkeley, have both been among the leaders in California in studying how to address climate change for its residents.
Zanda pointed to the UC Davis and