Trump hints climate deal change of heart

James Marshall
July 14, 2017

And, as much as possible, we'll relate what else was going on at the time. And if it happens, that'll be wonderful. And if it doesn't, that will be okay, too.

Mr Trump added: "We'll see what happens".

"The United States remains committed to being a leader in environmental protection while we advance energy security and economic growth", Trump said.

Trump's stop in Paris is created to mark the 100th anniversary of the United States' entry into World War I, and the security theme will carry over in talks between the leaders, which the White House said would center on Syria and counterterrorism efforts. Trump and Macron have woven the praises of the officer, and avoided mention of the death in custody, on Thursday, the dissident Liu Xiaobo, Nobel Peace prize. President Trump is also 24 years older than his wife, Melania Trump, who also was present. Macron and his wife, Brigitte, led their guests on a tour that included a visit to the tomb of Napoleon, whose body was brought there in 1840.

More than 50,000 Americans died in what then-president Woodrow Wilson described as the "war to end all wars", a conflict that forged the trans-Atlantic alliance in steel.

The French leader said they discussed trade agreements, counterterrorism, the Syrian crisis and they agreed on a "joint" vision for Libya and the Sahel. "Relationship with France stronger than ever", Trump wrote in a tweet.

The first lady and her French-born stylist Herve Pierre picked it to celebrate Dior 70th anniversary this year.

Warner has said he wants Trump testify.

Trump pulled out of the Paris climate deal in early June, triggering widespread condemnation by its old allies in Europe including Germany and France.

Fighter jets "were very heavy projects for our armies and our governments", Macron said, saying that a joint European aircraft would help save money and remove competition between different jets now on the market.

"You better let me answer that one first", Trump said, addressing Macron.

The two men capped off the first day with a lavish meal atop the Eiffel Tower - followed by a massive Bastille Day celebration on Friday complete with a military parade and centennial commemorations of the entry of United States troops into World War I.

HORSLEY: Europeans have made it clear they have no intention of reopening the climate talks.

"My willingness is to continue to work with the United States", Macron told reporters of the two leaders' disagreements regarding the Paris Agreement, according to The Times. It looked as if the two were planning for a handshake, but that shifted into a half-hug, which morphed into a cheek kiss and Trump gripping and shaking the first lady's hand as if it were a video-game controller.

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