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Trump Fel Paris Climate agreement as protests in France continues

"The Paris treaty does not work well for Paris," drums tweeted Saturday morning. "Protests and riots across France. People do…

“The Paris treaty does not work well for Paris,” drums tweeted Saturday morning. “Protests and riots across France. People do not want to pay big sums of money, much to third world countries (which are dubious), to perhaps protect the environment.” Chanting “We Want Trump!” Love France. “[19659002] Trumps tweet comes as a French police detained more than 200 people in Paris and fired tear gas on protesters during a fourth weekend of demonstrations.

The demonstrations in Paris have broke out in the worst riots France has witnessed for decades and a political crisis for French President Emmanuel Macron. The movement began as a punishment of the country’s fuel price hikes and developed into a wider protest against the cost of living and anger at Macron’s government.

In its twitter Saturday, Trump also repeated that the protesters of the parish chanting “We Want Trump” – a statement that has no grounds.

Since Macao has been employed in the climate agreement of Paris in 2015, he confirms his commitment as Trump announced last year that he withdraw the United States from the agreement.

Many of the protesters – known as “gilets jaunes” or “yellow vests” – are angry at Macron to expand the environmental policy implemented under his predecessor, former president François Hollande.

On Tuesday the French Prime Minister, Minister Edouard Philippe announced that the planned tax increase – some measures aimed at combating climate change – would be delayed by six months, from January 1 to mid 2019, hoping to dampen the protests. 659010] “I’m glad that my friend (Macron) and the protests in Paris have agreed with the conclusion I reached two years ago,” Trump tweeted later Tuesday. “The Paris agreement is deadly wrong because it increases the energy price for responsible countries while whitewashing some of the worst polluters … in the world.”

The next day Macron announced that tax increases would not be introduced in 2019.

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