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Trump hints United States could return to Paris climate accord

14 January 2018

Norway, with a population just over 5,000,000 people, was ranked as the top nation in the World Happiness Report last March, edging out Denmark as the happiest country in the world, The Guardian reported. Baraldsnes found a U.S. citizen living in Norway and asked why she made the move, in the opposite direction. Trump on Friday denied using that language.

Democrats had long vowed they wouldn't fund the wall but are accepting the opening request as part of a broader plan that protects from deportation about 800,000 "Dreamers".

As President-elect, in an interview with Fox News Sunday on 12 December 2016, he said that he was "still open minded" about whether climate change existed, adding that "nobody really knows".

US President Donald Trump has said his country could "conceivably" return to the 2015 Paris climate accord if an agreement treated America more fairly, the BBC News reported on Thursday.

While hundreds of thousands of Norwegians immigrated to the U.S. in the 19th century, just 502 out of a population of 5.3 million people moved there in 2016, down 59 from the previous year, according to Statistics Norway. The Norwegian population numbers 5.3 million in total. The Post included El Salvador.

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One of the Democratic senators at the meeting, Dick Durbin of IL , confirmed on Twitter that Trump used the term "shithole". That proposal has been strongly opposed by Democrats and many Republicans as a futile waste of money.

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Jeffress sent out the statement as many evangelical leaders condemned the remarks as offensive and racist. Jessie Duarte of South Africa's ruling ANC said on Friday: "Ours is not a s***hole country and neither is Haiti or any other country in distress".

"It's an agreement that I have no problem with but I had a problem with the agreement that they (the Obama administration) signed because, as usual, they made a bad deal", he told reporters. Durbin said people who would be allowed to stay in the USA included those who had fled here after disasters hit their homes in places such as El Salvador, Guatemala and Haiti.

Trump says his problem with the accord is that its guidelines were unfavorable to the USA, and particularly to coal workers, a downtrodden group he promised not to forsake.

US Democratic congressman Luis Gutierrez called Trump "a racist who does not share the values enshrined in our Constitution".

Trump hints United States could return to Paris climate accord