Trump says US-Norway ties 'robust'


"It's an important issue for us and we are committed to the Paris agreement", said the foreign leader, prompting Trump - the man who doesn't know the difference between climate and weather - to add the USA could "go back" into the climate deal. "Now they can dominate Call of Duty". Before signing the H.R. 2810, National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2018, at the White House, on December 12, 2017 in Washington, DC. On climate policy, she said she, along with the leaders of other Nordic nations, urged Trump to reverse his decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord, of which almost every country is a party.

Trump's comments came during a joint news conference with Erna Solberg, the prime minister of Norway.

While Solberg defended the Paris treaty, saying the Nordic country was "committed" to it, she did not publicly correct Trump's wrong statements. He added that the EPA and its "commissioners"-the EPA is headed by an administrator who has backed withdrawal from the global agreement owing to its impact on jobs-"are very very powerful in the sense that they want to have clean water, clean air-but we also want businesses that can compete". "We make the greatest military equipment in the world and you buy a lot of it".

Trump has announced his intent to withdraw from the Paris Agreement, a source of friction with Norway and other allies.

Talking to Norwegian journalists, Solberg has said that she will ask Trump to support Norway to get seat in the UN Security Council.

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Solberg on her part, said to Norwegian media afterwards that Donald Trump seemed like a normal man with a good sense of humor.

"The American economy is doing well and our economic relations are flourishing", Solberg said. I suppose it's also technically possible that the F-52 is such a super-secret new fighter that we've never heard of it before now, although I'm not convinced that Norway would be the number-one market for that kind of tech. "Free nations are stronger when the trade is fair". They touched on tensions with Russian Federation as well.

Last summer, Trump said the USA would pull out of the agreement, although legally speaking the U.S. can not leave the treaty until 2020. While Solberg was firm on retaining sanctions against Russian Federation as punishment for annexing Crimea and intervening in Ukraine, they both stressed the importance of also working with Russian Federation.

He had also said that the United States could stay in if the treaty was renegotiated, something which the European Union and other nations quickly ruled out would ever happen.