Donald Trump said that he would surely renegotiate the Paris Climate deal with North Korea and its leader if he becomes president of the United States.
Donald Trump is not known for his softer side. He attacked Megyn Kelly and also let loose a volley of provocative statements in an interview with Reuters recently.
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He spoke regarding what his program for the nation would be if he became president. The policies he would implement and the direction he would steer the US of A towards were discussed thoroughly.
He expressed his wish to negotiate or rather renegotiate the Paris Climate deal with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Especially the nuclear weapons that the North Korean state was stockpiling would be among the things that would get discussed.
Trump assured Reuters that he would speak to Kim. In fact, he reassured them that he would have no difficulty talking to Kim Jong-un. This is an about-face thing to say about America’s foreign policy.
The Obama administration’s policy has been to rely on senior statesmen to cautiously talk things over with Pyongyang. Dennis Rodman, the oddball and freaky basketball player has been a part of this effort to coax the North Korean government to let go of its nuclear arsenal program.
Trump meanwhile says that he would even talk things over with the Chinese head of state to help him in these renegotiations. Trump furthermore spoke of how while Vladimir Putin may have used flattering language about him (Trump), he would not give him any elbow room in the negotiations department.
Putin would have to capitulate to all the demands of the United States. Then Trump ventured into climate change policies.
Trump spoke of how the least he could do was to renegotiate the Paris Agreement. This environmentally savvy agreement was hailed as a step forward for mankind.
Yet Trump had his doubts. He said that first of all, he had no idea what the whole shebang was all about. Secondly, the agreement wasn’t among his list of favorites.
He was not an admirer of the Paris Climate Accord. The reductions in carbon emissions for over 170 countries was a dud, according to Trump. He expatiated on how the deal dealt unfairly with the USA while giving a free hand to the Chinese people.
Trump expressed the fact that he wanted to look over what had been agreed upon in the past. It was time for a change. He wanted to make America great again.
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He said that he would be looking into the matter very seriously. To renegotiate the whole deal would be the least he could do in order to take his land and its people to the pinnacle once again.