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Analysis: This may be the most important difference between Trump and Biden

September 16, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

President Donald Trump listens as California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks during a briefing at Sacramento McClellan Airport, in McClellan Park, Calif., Monday, Sept. 14, 2020, on the western wildfires. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

The wildfires are on the West Coast, but haze from the smoke has reached New York City.

This is a national problem at least, and more appropriately a global one since -- unless you're President Donald Trump, who insists the fires will abate once the season changes -- this climate change thing isn't going away.

On Monday, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden called Trump a "climate arsonist. "

Trump wants to expand the dominant US fossil fuel economy, spewing more carbon into the air he doesn't think is changing.

What Trump won't do vs.

Where Trump will and won't use the power of the US is often stunning when you put it all together.

He won't use the US government to slow the changing of the climate, something which is endangering people in real time because of wildfires and poses an existential threat to humans.

Trump gets his own historic Mideast peace photo op

Trump's administration should rightly get some credit for helping usher in a wave of new agreements between Arab nations and Israel to normalize relations.

Read more about today's developments and what they mean for the Middle East from CNN's Jerusalem bureau chief Oren Liebermann, who put some context behind Trump's boast the signing of these so-called "Abraham Accords" will "change the course of history" and marks "the dawn of a new Middle East. "

It certainly echoes previous key steps toward Mideast peace, either in normalizing relations between Israel and an Arab nation or facilitating talks between Israel and the Palestinians.

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