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Reebok Clapped Back at Trump in the Best Possible Way

Reebok Clapped Back at Trump in the Best Possible Way

In footage posted to Facebook by the French government, Trump turned to the French first lady and told her "you're in such good shape".

After Trump announced the US' departure from the Paris Accord on June 1, Macron said President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord was "a mistake both for the USA and for our planet". "This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russian Federation and its government's support for Mr. Trump". "He understood the reason for my position, notably the link between climate change and terrorism". "We talked in detail about what could enable him to come back into the Paris accords".

Trump ducked a question about a comment from Christopher Wray, his nominee to be Federal Bureau of Investigation director, who told a Senate Committee Wednesday that anyone who had been approached by a foreign national about meddling in a domestic political campaign should have contacted the Federal Bureau of Investigation. "But we'll see what happens".

Bishop described his words as "a rather interesting comment" but didn't want to discuss his behaviour. But is there really a chance that he'll rejoin the agreement? Those who urged him to keep the U.S.in the agreement reportedly included Macron, his daughter Ivanka, his chief economic advisor Gary Gohn, Tesla founder Elon Musk, Apple CEO Tim Cook and German President Angela Merkel.




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. But it's still pretty divisive, given that a majority of Americans-53 percent-said they disapproved of Trump's decision.

In what numerous media outlets deemed a "take down", Uhlmann said of Trump "he has no desire and no capacity to lead the world ... on the Paris Climate Accords the U.S. was left isolated and friendless".

The White House, meanwhile, remains non-committal about the United States rejoining the climate deal.


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