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A South Florida high-school football player reportedly committed to Miami, decommitted and recommitted last month — all in a 12-hour span.
On Tuesday, Bridges issued a public statement asking everyone to recommit to empathy, dignity and respect.
Already, reports suggest China and the European Union are prepared to publicly recommit to the agreement with or without the United States.
The U.S. had to demur and take a separate position on climate change, leaving a G-6 to recommit themselves to the 2015 Paris Agreement to reduce global warming.
And that’s a danger for the Obama administration, too, because it’s likely to increase pressure from Congress to recommit the U.S. to bombing Libya, a week after U.S. involvement in strike operations ended.
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