Despite differences between them, President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron are meeting Thursday in Paris to focus on issues like security and defense matters. In attempts to promote U.S.-French relations, France’s recently elected leader said it is “obvious and indispensable” to cooperate with Trump. However, speaking at a news conference following a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Macron expressed his deep disappointment in Trump’s recent decision to withdraw the U.S. from a global agreement to combat climate change. Trump will be in Paris for 36 hours, during which time he and Macron will discuss counterterrorism strategies and potential solutions to the crisis in Syria.
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