Donald Trump’s statement on the French Riots – The decision to opt out of the Paris agreement was right
The US president said that the climate agreement is not proving to be very good for Paris. Performing and riots are happening throughout France.
US President Donald Trump on Saturday again attacked the Paris Convention on Climate Change. He cited the ongoing protests in Paris, France, and said that it is proof that his decision to cancel the agreement was correct.
Trump tweeted this in the United Nations Climate Dialogue in Poland. In the climate talks, representatives from around 200 countries have gathered so that a global code of conformity to the promises made in 2015’s Paris Climate Agreement has been agreed.
The US president said that the climate agreement is not proving to be very good for Paris. Performing and riots are happening throughout France. He said that people are not willing to pay the huge amount for environmental protection, most of the countries of the Third World (which are being questioned in question). Significantly, Trump has already criticized the Paris Climate Agreement.
The ‘Yellow West’ exhibition is being held in Paris from November 17. People are jamming the road against rising fuel prices. This demonstration has now taken the form of a big mass movement against the President of France, Emmanuel Macroon.