Former President Barack Obama lamented the lack of US leadership in the fight against climate change during a visit to Paris on Saturday, in a veiled rebuke of his Republican successor's decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord.
The more than 50 mayors and global climate leaders will converge on the city for the North American Climate Summit, part of a commitment to addressing climate change on the local level.
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Just days before, the President European addressed 55 world leaders from Arab and other Muslim-majority nations in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Obama also said his daughters tried to teach him the unwritten rules of social media, which includes not following the rules of English grammar, to which Obama staunchly opposed the idea.
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Some think Former President Barack Obama subtly made a jab at President Trump's excessive use of Twitter. It's not a novelty anymore that the former president Obama has more supporters than Donald Trump.
Macron had rolled out the red carpet for Trump in July, hosting him as a guest of honour for Bastille Day celebrations when he sought - unsuccessfully - to change the United States leader's mind on pulling out of the Paris climate change agreement. I said, 'No, that's English.
He said he sees people getting in trouble for their tweets, and says they should follow the old advice of thinking before you speak: "Think before you tweet", Obama said.
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