U.S. could 'conceivably' return to Paris climate accord

President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with lawmakers on immigration policy in the Cabinet Room of the White House Tuesday Jan. 9 2018 in Washington

President Donald Trump's Schedule for Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Trump and Norwegian prime minister Erna Solberg answered several questions about economics, energy sources and their North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance as well as direct questions about the US investigation into Russian collusion.

President Donald Trump has said that the USA could "go back" into the Paris climate deal - having withdrawn America from the global accord previous year.

When asked about an interview with Mueller Trump said, "There has been no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians, or Trump and Russians, no collusion".

Trump says during a joint news conference with the prime minister of Norway that "we'll see what happens" on whether he'll provide an interview to Mueller's team.

Solberg, by contrast, cited her support of the agreement, which she said would help American businesses.

It was a remarkable statement from a president who wants to gut the Environmental Protection Agency, is slashing regulations protecting consumers from pollution, and champions some of the dirtiest forms of energy out there.

Trump is hopelessly confused about his administration's position on FISA
Authorities could still look at the information without a warrant in national security cases, the lawmakers said. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, said of Trump's first tweet .

That disagreement re-emerged when she met with President Donald Trump on Wednesday. We're working with various other countries, and I think we're doing very well. She stressed that climate policy can create business opportunities as she promoted climate issues and urged him to keep the United States in the Paris Agreement. However, when Solberg pointed out how Norway remains committed to the agreement that aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Trump appeared to change his tune, just a little. "Russia & the world is laughing at the stupidity they are witnessing".

"We had a great talk this morning with President Moon (of South Korea), and I think that a lot of good things are happening".

Donald Trump also praised Solberg for her recent election victory.

"I hope I'm wrong, but there's a war coming", Neller said, according to Military.com.

Asked about comments by a United States general who visited the Marines stationed in Norway and predicted "there's a war coming", Trump said he does not expect a conflict to break out in the region.

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