"That has to be part of the discussion," she said. "But that's not going to be enough in and or itself."
The treaty option could emerge as the middle ground in the increasingly tense battle between "remainers" on the one hand, who say the president should abide by Mr. Obama's global warming deal, and the Paris agreement's detractors, who say Mr. Trump would be breaking a key campaign promise if he doesn't withdraw from the pact.
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