Even Exxon Thinks Trump Would Be ‘Prudent’ To Maintain Paris Climate Agreement

AP/Matthew Brown Exxon Mobil's Billings Refinery is shown in Billings, Montana, September 21, 2016.
AP/Matthew Brown Exxon Mobil's Billings Refinery is shown in Billings, Montana, September 21, 2016.

ExxonMobil Corp., whose former CEO Rex Tillerson became President Donald Trump’s secretary of state in February, advised the administration to remain a signatory of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, which the U.S. signed along with dozens of other nations in April 2016. “It is prudent that the United States remain a party to the Paris agreement…