Trump wants to withdraw from the Paris Accord on climate change. It seems like Priebus is in support. However, it is clear that Ivanka wants the President to remain in the unbinding international agreement considering that she makes all possible efforts to convince him to stay (Woodward 164). She and Kushner even manage to plant the seeds of distrust between Trump and Steve Bannon. Scott Pruitt, the EPA administrator comes to the White House. Porter notices that Pruitt’s presence eluded the regular schedule. He confirms his suspicions when he sees Bannon in the Oval Office. Pruitt’s intention is to convince the President to exit the Paris Accord. Bannon is there to offer reasons that the country should remain with its allies (Woodward 165). Gary Cohn calls for a meeting in the Situation Room. The main agenda of the meeting is to discuss the Paris Accord. Cohn has put together two possible options with one involving an exit and the other entailing that the US remains but puts a hold on financial commitments and contributions. Tillerson enlightens those present that the deal cannot allow the US to exit before November 2019 (Woodward 166). Despite the issues, they all seem to agree on exiting the deal. Porter presents Trump with a drafted speech that he should present to the American public. However, with Trumps insistence all along to exit the agreement, he changes the speech, altering the language and makes it appear stronger, claiming that he is being true to his base (Woodward 167).