Biden Administration, Donald Trump, Jeannie discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia


Give us if Congress is on board? And we saw what kind of withdrawal we can make when we have someone like Donald Trump as president in these various organizations around climate. And so how really effective will the Biden administration be if they can't get anything passed in the next two years? Jeannie, when we think about climate, we think about renewables. There's a flip side, which is fossil fuels. And the Republicans have made no secret of the fact that if they're in control, they want more exploration, more pipelines, they want more drilling, things like that. Can they get that done if they have a majority in the House and or the Senate? You know, they're going to face some pushback probably from the president we heard him say this the other day, much to the dismay of his own party member. Joe Manchin. And so I do think that. And I think there's something to be said about this issue in foreign policy of consistency as Rick was just talking about, you see changes in party at both the House and the Senate level impact the issue of consistency in all of these areas and our allies then can not count on who we may be and what we will support whether it's climate change, whether it's issues involving energy, whether it's our role in NATO and you go through the list. So I think it's really important people around the world watching what happens in the United States for those reasons. Okay, terrific discussion. Thank you so very much. That's Rick Davis of stone court capital and Jeannie Chan xeno of iona university. They will be sticking with us. They are, after all, our Bloomberg political computers coming up. We're going to take a look at the Georgia Senate race between Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock. That's coming up next on our very special coverage of midterms 2022 here on Bloomberg. From Bloomberg world

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