Donald Trump mocks French president Macron over fuel tax protests

U.S. President Donald Trump has taken every other swipe on Twitter at his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron triggered by means of Macron’s woes over violent protests towards gas taxes.

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“I’m satisfied that my pal @EmmanuelMacron and the protestors in Paris have agreed with the realization I reached two years in the past,” Trump tweeted past due on Tuesday.

“The Paris Settlement is fatally incorrect as it raises the cost of power for accountable nations whilst whitewashing one of the vital worst polluters,” stated Trump, relating to an international deal at the atmosphere drafted in Paris in past due 2015.

Previous this week, French Top Minister Edouard Philippe determined to droop deliberate will increase to gas taxes for no less than six months in keeping with weeks of every so often violent protests, marking the primary primary U-turn by means of Macron’s management in 18 months in place of work.

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