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They Back States Rights? Nets Gripe Trump Revoking CA Emissions Standards

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The same networks that banded together to bully pro-life states earlier this year after they passed sweeping legislation to protect the life of unborn children, spent Wednesday evening whining about President Trump threatening to revoke California’s self-prescribed emissions standards in favor of a national standard.

ABC, CBS, and NBC were up in arms following a tweet from the President. “Next, this evening, President Trump and a new feud with California tonight, telling that state it cannot set its own emissions standards, revoking that state's right to set its own limits for cars and trucks,” declared ABC’s World News Tonight anchor David Muir.

That network even had the nerve to play a sound bite of California Attorney General Xavier Becerra proclaiming: “Our message to those to claim to support state's rights, don't trample on ours.”

CBS and NBC gusted for how for roughly 50 years “California's long led the way reducing tailpipe emissions and increasing fuel efficiency to clean its air and fight climate change,” as NBC correspondent Ann Thompson did there.

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