Macron says Trump may reverse U.S. pullout from Paris climate accord

Patrice Gainsbourg
Julho 17, 2017

French President Emmanuel Macron said he hoped his American counterpart Donald Trump would reverse his decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord.

Thus there was a lot of attention being paid in advance of Trump's latest visit to France, wherein French president Emmanuel Macron looked to heal some of the recent wounds between our countries. Big deal. Regardless of the fact she's in "good shape" as Mr. Trump so eloquently put it, she should be allowed to wear whatever she wants as long as it makes her feel good.

At the end of the tour, Trump was caught on camera saying to Brigitte: "You're in such good shape".

Dubbed by some as "the battle of the Alphas", Trump and Macron again shared some uncomfortably long greetings.

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"I think from a practical standpoint, most people would have taken that meeting".

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"I wonder if she could say the same of him?" she told ABC News this afternoon. During a joint press conference on Thursday, Trump also said the two nations have "occasional disagreements" but that doesn't disrupt their friendly association.

The decision followed a lengthy internal tussle within the White House between proponents of Trump's protectionist, "America First" policies and those who wanted him to work with global allies to address climate risks.

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Delivery driver Antonio Tabares came out to watch the Bastille Day parade and said it would have been shocking if Macron hadn't invited the president of the United States to attend this important anniversary.

Bishop assured Australian voters that the U.S. government was still upholding the refugee swap agreement, saying the Turnbull government had been given assurances by Trump and the vice-president, Mike Pence, that the agreement would be adhered to. This should be a concern for President Trump.

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