Skip to comments.Trump to skip climate portion of G7 after Twitter spat with Macron and Trudeau
Posted on 06/07/2018 8:02:45 PM PDT by Innovative
President Donald Trump plans to depart from this weekend's Group of 7 summit in Canada several hours early, the White House announced Thursday, punctuating an explosion of acrimony between Trump and his foreign counterparts on the eve of the talks.
The White House said Trump would depart mid-morning on Saturday, skipping sessions on climate change and the environment. An aide will take his place, the White House said.
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Excellent. Let the Yurps blather on about how theyve failed to live up to their commitments in the Parid Agreement.
The pure beta male Trudeau meets Trump. No contest.
He just doesn’t play well with others. What bad manners, indeed. Bad child!
Cruelty to aides!
Hope he has plenty of crossword puzzles.
(I guess these days he’ll use his smartphone to pass the time.)
I cannot help it:
I LOVE THIS MAN!
What a great man he is. Imagine being so strong in your principles that you have no trouble saying “Adios” to nonsense.
Climate change indeed... .PFFFFFTTTTT.
This is good news as far as I am concerned.
he shouldn’t even have soemone take his place- just leave the lying sessions altogether- don’t give the left one single inch
Well, the Leftists will be right. They’ll boil over in that meeting.
Ain’t got no time for that!
An explosion of acrimony...........
Is Trudeau going to do the dance of the seven veils for their entertainment.
More winning for us, more whining from them!
that’s great - stay clear of the globull warming mob, Mr. President. they want to destroy the US economy.
wish people would post articles showing the President is winning big-time:
6 Jun: USA Today: Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin regrets endorsing Hillary and is open to backing Trump in 2020
by William Cummings
VIDEO: A new poll has President Trump not only gaining on Democrats, but doing better than in the 2016 election. Veuer’s Chandra Lanier has the story.
West Virginia’s Sen. Joe Manchin is one of the most vulnerable Democratic senators heading into the 2018 midterms and, unlike most members of his party, he is running as someone willing to work with, rather than obstruct, President Donald Trump.
Manchin, whose state voted for Trump by more than 40 percentage points, told Politico he regretted backing Hillary Clinton in 2016 and said he wouldn’t rule out endorsing the president in the 2020 election over whomever his Democratic opponent turns out to be.
“Im open to supporting the person who I think is best for my country and my state,” Manchin said. “If his policies are best, Ill be right there.”
Manchin said, “Washington Democrats are making it more difficult for me to be a West Virginia Democrat” and he wishes he had not backed Clinton against Trump. During the campaign, Clinton said as president she would put coal miners and coal companies out of business...
7 Jun: Coal Soars on Rising Demand from Asia
By Clyde Russell
Depending on the price used, thermal coal is either close to a two-year high or near the strongest in six years as China, India, Japan and South Korea imported more of the polluting fuel in the first five months of this year compared to the same period in 2017...
It’s also unusual for the top four Asian importers to be demanding more seaborne coal at the same time, as is currently the case...
The United States shipped 41.7 million tonnes of coal in the first five months of 2018, with 14.7 million tonnes heading to Asia.
This is up 14.9 percent from the 36.3 million tonnes it shipped in the same period in 2017, of which 12.1 million went to Asia...
The numbers also show that currently the price of coal is high enough to make U.S. cargoes competitive in Asia, despite the greater cost of freight...
Lets hope Manchin has nothing but regrets come this November. A typical hypocrite Dem pretending to lean conservative come election time, but backing the rats on every critical vote.
More like the dance of the 300 Raccoons.
Im open to supporting the person who I think is best for my country and my state, Manchin said. If his policies are best, Ill be right there.
What an absolutely BS statement! This f*cker has more corners than a dodecahedron!
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