President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Democrat slams Donald Trump Jr. for "serious case of amnesia" after testimony Skier Lindsey Vonn: I don't want to represent Trump at Olympics Poll: 4 in 10 Republicans think senior Trump advisers had improper dealings with Russia MORE said Wednesday that he might reverse his decision to pull the United States out of the Paris agreement on climate change.
Mr Trump said in a news conference: "Frankly, it's an agreement that I have no problem with, but I had a problem with the agreement that they signed, because, as usual, they made a bad deal".
Norway's leader says her country is committed to the Paris climate agreement and sees tremendous economic opportunities in the green economy.
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"It put great penalties on us", he said about the agreement.
Nevertheless, the U.S. president spoke as if the country had already left the agreement. "It took away a lot of our asset values".
Last June, Trump angered worldwide businesses and politicians by announcing the U.S. would be leaving the global climate accord, which was signed by the Obama administration and counts every nation on earth as a signatory until the USA formally quits the deal in 2020. "The Paris accord really would have taken away our competitive edge".
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Despite being asked, Trump did not specify what changes were needed in the Paris deal to persuade him to keep the USA in. "We are very strong on the environment". We're not gonna let that happen.
She did note that green policies can lead to business opportunities, and noted that the U.S. company Tesla was selling many electric cars in Norway.
The landmark agreement, which came into force last November, calls on countries to combat climate change and to accelerate and intensify the actions and investments needed for a sustainable low carbon future, and to adapt to the increasing impacts of climate change.
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The President also spoke about the increased cooperation between the two nations in the fields of trade and defense, saying, "I want to thank the people of Norway for their commitment to fair and reciprocal trade a word that you're going to hear more and more coming from this administration and it should have come from other administrations before me. I wish we would do some of that".