It's hilarious how you don't even understand the things you copy paste.
You don't even seem to realize that this graph shows the annual anomaly, not the total increase (the anomalies add up). Here is the actual comparison:
Yes, the agreement doesn't go far enough (mainly because certain countries used their power during the process in which the agreement was defined to keep the regulations as low as possible), we would have to be even more strict if we cared for out planet, but how the fuck does that justify ditching the agreement completely? It's not like Trump bailed out because he wants an even more strict agreement, he wants no limitations at all, no agreement that would have any effect.
Of course China has the highest increase, because it's still going through a massive industrialization process. If you would compare the USA's emission level at the beginning of its industrialization with 20 years later you would have the same massive increase (if not even more). Per capita China still has a lot less emissions than the USA (not even half the value; keep in mind that China has like 5 times the population of the USA and the per capita consumption is much lower)
and unlike the USA, China is still an active part of the agreement and willed to show some responsibility. And no, the agreement also hurts them, as it does everyone, that's the price we got to pay if we want to have a future, the reason why we're having such a hard time dealing with this problem is because everyone is afraid that if he does something against it, he will not be as competitive anymore on the global market as before (because the other sides does nothing the like), so the only solution is: we ALL do what we can in order to get this problem under control. If a major economic power bails out it is going to have disastrous effects.
Just copy pasting my previous comment about the China -India situation:
China and India are countries that just went respectively are still going through enormous economic development, their whole industrialization process only started a few decades ago (while we had an entire century, giving no fucks about pollution while going through this process). Yes, they are main polluters, but they already show greater responsibilities than the USA, which is a fucking shame.
The USA's per head carbon emission is FAR greater than the one of China or India (since these countries have 4-5 times the population and a far lower consumption), and while underdevelopment and poverty is still a big weight on the shoulders of China and India that limits their options, the USA has absolutely no excuse. It has the technologies, the industrial potential and the wealth to go through this process, but refuses to out of pure greed, ignorance and laziness. This Indian woman brings it on point (the whole documentary is btw. worth watching):
Nobody in China would ever deny that global warming is real and environment politics have become a very dominant topic in Chinese politics and their society (I guess when you got such polluted cities there's not way to hide it anymore), while in the USA most people don't even seem to give the slightest fuck and they have even voted for a president that does not only not understand the issue but even calls it a hoax.
Carbon emission per capita map:
It would be so important that the US is part of this "change". Not only because you're the second highest emitter (responsible for almost 20% of the world wide emissions), but especially because the signal you just sent out to the world is extremely poisonous, just imagine China and India developing as we did in the past century and reaching the same emission per capita as the US (but with like 3000 million citizens instead of 300).
And please, for the love of God, stop linking 4chan comments if you're trying to make a point regarding a scientific matter.