Cheney: "Big Debate" Needed To Determine Whether Humans Are Changing the Climate

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In an exclusive interview, ABC‘s Jonathan Karl asked Vice President Dick Cheney about the topic of global warming, a subject Mr. Cheney has rarely addressed in the past. The vice president agreed that the earth is warming but maintained there is debate over whether humans or natural cycles are the cause — a position that puts the administration at odds with the vast majority of climate scientists.

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