Published: Tue, June 27, 2017
Global Media | By Meredith Barber

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emmanuel Macron shoot video selfie about climate change

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emmanuel Macron shoot video selfie about climate change

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Saturday, June 3, 2017, met French President Emmanuel Macron in Parisand congratulated him for the recent election victory.

"We all have to work together in order to get this done", he said, adding that he and Macron had discussed the climate issue in depth during their meeting. The statement, which Macron has made before, is also used as a hashtag and title of an upcoming project.

Arnold Schwarzenegger and French President Emmanuel Macron posted a Twitter video Friday that appeared to be directed at President Donald Trump.

When Mr Trump announced earlier this month that the U.S. was withdrawing from the 2015 Paris climate agreement, Mr Macron said in a statement that the decision was "a mistake for the United States and for our planet".

"One man can not destroy our progress", he said in a video uploaded earlier this month.

After Trump's controversial decision to withdraw from the 2015 climate accord, to which 195 countries had signed up, Macron called on those USA scientists dismayed at their government to come to France.

Macron's English is a little off, but the burn is on-target for anyone familiar with Trump's campaign slogan, "Make America Great Again".

Schwarzenegger took to Twitter after Trump said he was withdrawing the United States from the 2015 Paris climate agreement.

Shortly after Trump announced that the US was withdrawing from the Paris accord, Schwarzenegger released a video denouncing the decision. "And one man can't go back in time", Schwarzenegger said in a video posted on June 1.

The new French President insisted that the fight against terrorist groups; the Islamic State, al Qaeda and the like; is the key objective in Syria for the worldwide coalition, which encompasses France, the USA and several western countries.

"We need to be reassured about the work we're going to do, because it's unknown territory". "We're taking care of our veterans and we're taking care of them properly", said the President, as he signed the bill at a White House ceremony.

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