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Bossert says White House takes climate change 'we observe' seriously, not its cause
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White House national security adviser Tom Bossert responded to a question about climate change's impact on the devastating hurricanes this year on Sept. 11. "We continue to take seriously the climate change, not the cause of it, but the things we observe," he said.
White House national security adviser Tom Bossert responded to a question about climate change's impact on the devastating hurricanes this year on Sept. 11. "We continue to take seriously the climate change, not the cause of it, but the things we observe," he said.
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