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‘Make Our Planet Great Again,’ And Other Responses To U.S. Exit From Climate Deal

The City Hall of Paris is bright in immature on Thursday, after a proclamation by President Trump that a United States will repel from a 2015 Paris settle and try to negotiate a new tellurian understanding on meridian change

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The City Hall of Paris is bright in immature on Thursday, after a proclamation by President Trump that a United States will repel from a 2015 Paris settle and try to negotiate a new tellurian understanding on meridian change

Geoffroy Van der Hasselt/AFP/Getty Images

After President Trump announced that a U.S. would be withdrawing from a general agreement to quarrel meridian change, a responses were evident — from libel to celebration.

And some reactions were quite forked — and personal.

French President Emmanuel Macron gave an address, in English, in that he riffed on Trump’s debate slogan.

“Make a universe good again,” Macron said, job a preference to leave a agreement a mistake and mouth-watering scientists in a U.S. to “come and work here with us” on efforts to fight meridian change.

And in box we didn’t wish to watch a video … he doubled down.

Meanwhile, Arnold Schwarzenegger delivered a video of his own.

“One male can’t go behind in time. Only we can do that,” Schwarzenegger said, as former Terminator.

“Local and state governments will arise up,” he said, as former administrator of California — indicating out that his state upheld despotic environmental manners and afterwards gifted mercantile growth.

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Schwarzenegger addressed Trump directly and told him, “We remember a good leaders. The good leaders that don’t travel back into a past though … assign brazen into a future.”

And a Democratic mayor of Pittsburgh, Bill Peduto, had some thoughts about Trump mentioning his city in announcing a preference on a accord.

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“I was inaugurated to paint a adults of Pittsburgh, not Paris,” Trump pronounced Thursday.

“Fact: Hillary Clinton perceived 80% of a opinion in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh stands with a universe will follow Paris Agreement,” Peduto tweeted.

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Trump carried Pennsylvania, though Pittsburgh itself was an island of blue in a sea of red.

Astronaut Mark Kelly supposing his clarity of perspective.

And Lloyd Blankfein, a CEO of Goldman Sachs, sent a twitter about a emanate that was mediocre in a wording. And he’s frequency a usually vital corporate figure to demonstrate support for a accord.

But a summary lifted eyebrows anyway … since Blankfein has been on Twitter for 6 years, though had never tweeted before.

Meanwhile, many Trump supporters and regressive commentators voiced entertainment (or delight) during a power of a greeting opposite Trump’s decision.

And several remarkable that celebrities and executives, many of whom spoke adult to impugn a president’s decision, mostly lead jetsetter lifestyles — that are conspicuously carbon-heavy.