Trump is set in Paris for climate confrontation

Posted July 15, 2017

He said cryptically after their talks on Thursday that "something could happen with respect to the Paris accord... but we will talk about that over the coming period of time".

At a news conference, the President defended his son, Donald Trump Jr., regarding a meeting he had with a Russian lawyer promising damaging information on Hillary Clinton.

While, Jen Siebel Newsom, a documentary maker and actress addressed her tweet to Trump saying "women do not want to hear unsolicited remarks on what you think of their bodies".

The 71-year-old leader had a lot on his plate during the meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron, who is a staunch supporter of the Paris Climate Agreement- a deal Trump made a decision to pull out of last month.

President Donald Trump was captured complimenting the French president's wife's appearance Thursday as he toured a famous Paris landmark. And if it happens, that will be wonderful.

Trump's visit to Paris has drawn global attention.

Mr Trump said he and Mr Macron enjoyed a "very good relationship".

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Both presidents concluded their night with dinner in the Michelin star restaurant, Le Jules Verne, at the Eiffel Tower. However, Macron added that he will try to persuade Trump on this matter during their meeting.

Macron, in a speech near the end of the event, thanked the United States for intervening in World War I and said the fact that Trump was at his side "is the sign of a friendship across the ages".

"You're in such good shape", the 71-year-old says in the footage, before turning to Mr Macron to marvel: "She's in such good physical shape".

During his trip, Mr. Trump found that leaving the country did not also mean leaving behind questions surrounding Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

The two leaders shared a passionate and lengthy handshake at the end of President Trump's two-day state visit to France.

Over their two day meeting, Mr Trump and Mr Macron vowed to continue cooperative over security and counter-terrorism forces.

Trump praised her "nice smile" and told Vradkar on the phone that, "She has a nice smile on her face, so I bet she treats you well".

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