(AP Photo/Jeff Chiu). In this photo taken May 30, 2016, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of Calif. speaks in San Francisco.
Asked what kind of exchanges Beijing's leaders have had with Trump regarding his decision, Hua said China and the United States "have maintained close communications at various levels" on subjects including climate change.
That's according to multiple congressional officials and others briefed by the White House on the decision.
According to USA senators, leaving the climate pact would result in strengthening India and China's economy at the cost of America.
Musk has said he's raised climate issues with the White House before, but that despite these efforts, he's come under fire for his willingness to engage with the Trump administration.
Mr Dathi said it would be "disastrous" and a "serious blow" to the fight against climate change if Mr Trump pulled the U.S. out of the agreement. The U.S. signed the accord in 2015, committing to reducing carbon emissions by 26% to 28% within a decade.
America's worldwide allies and Trump's domestic opponents lashed out Wednesday at media reports that he had made up his mind to pull Washington out of the global accord to curb carbon emissions - a move that would make the deal less effective.
"The Paris Agreement is proof that with shared political will and mutual trust, multilateralism can succeed in building fair and effective solutions to the most critical global problems of our time".
"The President is a very impulsive, reactive personality", Clinton said.
Other European leaders were more explicit in expressing their fears that the US government may abandon worldwide measures against climate change.
Russian Federation joined the chorus speaking out in favour of the climate accord. Peskov said Russian Federation has yet to see what announcement Trump makes.
Modi on Wednesday expressed India's commitment to fighting climate change and said it would be a "crime" to spoil the environment for future generations.
Current climate plans by countries are not enough to meet the targets so there is a five-year review and ratchet mechanism to increase ambition, and finance for poor countries to develop along a low-carbon path and to cope with the impacts of climate change. But Delingpole, whose books include the sceptical Watermelons: The Green Movement's True Colors, said there is a lot of bluff and bluster surrounding climate change. They are now deciding whether to initiate a three-year formal withdrawal or to simply leave the United Nations treaty that the accord is based on, which would be faster, but more extreme, according to Axios.
The Trump administration could withdraw from the entire United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, an worldwide treaty ratified by the US Senate and signed by President George H.W. Bush in the 1990s.
Backing out of the agreement that way would take time, but would make it easier for the U.S. to return to climate change negotiations if a future administration would want to, says Andrew Light, a senior fellow at the World Resources Institute and a professor at George Mason University.
A US pullout could have sweeping implications.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Britain would continue to press the U.S.to reduce unsafe emissions even if Trump pulls out.
De Blasio noted that Trump is a local himself.
Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, want the U.S.to stay in the deal, and so do Apple's Tim Cook and Tesla's Elon Musk. And the final decision may not be entirely clear-cut: Aides were still deliberating on "caveats in the language", one official said.