Trump says to decide position on Paris climate deal next week

Trump says to decide position on Paris climate deal next week

Joni Ernst next Saturday. He says, "it allows you to communicate in a discreet manner". Macron said he told Trump it is "indispensable for the reputation of the United States and the interest of the Americans themselves that the United States remain committed" to the Paris climate agreement .

Ahead of Summit, Trump calls Germans 'very bad' on trade

This topic may also be reflected in the final statement of the countries' leaders, which will be published on Saturday after the summit is over. "Indeed, it is perhaps the focus of our G7 presidency", said Raffaele Trombetta, the senior Italian diplomat who has led behind-the-scenes negotiations on the G7 agenda with colleagues from the United States , Japan , Germany , Britain, France and Canada.

Trump son-in-law had undisclosed contacts with Russian envoy

Kislyak reportedly was taken aback by the suggestion of allowing an American to use Russian communications gear at its embassy or consulate - a proposal that would have carried security risks for Moscow as well as the Trump team. The Post report cites anonymous USA officials who were briefed on intelligence reports on intercepted Russian communications. Kushner was an active agent who withheld the scope of his connections to Russian officials and who attempted to set up a secret ...

USA intelligence committee to subpoena Flynn in Russian Federation probe

He added that he is not sure whether "collusion existed" between the campaign and Moscow, but the interactions were enough that he believed the matter warranted an FBI investigation. Citing three current and former American officials, the Times said USA intelligence officials collected information last summer showing Russians zeroed in on Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and Mr Flynn, a former head of United States military intelligence who was a key Trump campaign adviser.

Paper says Kushner sought secret Russian Federation channel

Kushner is Donald Trump's son-in-law and a trusted adviser to the president. Kislyak said Kushner suggested using Russian diplomatic facilities in the United States for the communications. "Really, being spoken to, does not confer a target status on the individual", he said. However, officials told Reuters - and have previously told CNN - that so far they have not seen evidence of wrongdoing or collusion between the Trump administration and Russian Federation.

Selling Arms and Fighting Terror: A Balance Sheet of Trump's Saudi Visit

But "principled realism" may prove to be short on both principles and realism. The administration's comments underscore the same double standard that all previous US administrations maintained toward Saudi Arabia . Although he seems to realize that he can't simply "tear up" the agreement with Iran on its nuclear program, he now wants to bury the agreement under increased conflict.