David Limbaugh: "The main takeaway from Clinton's pathetically endless election post-mortem is that while Trump critics dwell on his alleged instability and lack of class, Clinton has further proved herself to be worse in reality than Trump is perceived to be. I'm not talking about policy matters, albeit Clinton would have been an unspeakable disaster in that realm as president, too. I mean on a personal level, where this woman who has held herself out as a public servant all these years is a self-absorbed political animal and shows little grace and even less class. I have no doubt that the stories we've read about how she mistreats people are true. ... Hillary Clinton was a disastrous candidate and would have been a worse president. How long must we endure these public post-election couch sessions?"
Upright: "Our president is choosing to put American jobs and American consumers first. Our president is choosing to put American energy and American industry first. And by his action today, President Trump is choosing to put the forgotten men and women first." —Vice President Mike Pence
For the record: "The American people did not vote for President Trump so that American taxpayers could send billions of dollars overseas to establish a global crony capitalist slush fund. Pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement is absolutely the right decision for the United States economy." —Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT)
Re: The Left: "If you're blown up at an Ariana Grande concert, [European political leaders] say, 'Get used to it. That's just the way it is. We can't do anything about it. But if you want us to lower the thermostat of the planet by a third of a degree in the year 2100, that we can do.' ... It's bonkers." —Mark Steyn
Al-pha Jackass: "Removing the United States from the Paris Agreement is a reckless and indefensible action. It undermines America's standing in the world and threatens to damage humanity's ability to solve the climate crisis in time." —Al Gore
Braying Jackass: "Withdrawing from the Paris Accord devastates our economy, our planet, and our children. This isn't leadership. It's an insult to humanity." —DNC Chief Tom Perez
Keen sense of the obvious: "It's only 2017, so projecting the greenhouse-gas emissions of disparate countries over many decades, and how they will change the planet's climate, is no exact science." —The Washington Post
And last: "It is possible for a person to hold simultaneously that a) man is having some effect on the climate; b) that our discussion of this effect is prone toward alarmism; and c) that what to do about this problem is a matter of legitimate and necessary debate. Indeed, an awful lot of people hold exactly these positions. Do those hyperbolizing over the withdrawal from the Paris Accord understand that? It seems that they do not." —Charles C.W. Cooke