France's Fabius Confused by Trump Statements on Climate

France's Fabius Confused by Trump Statements on Climate

Trump backpedaled on his vow to change libel laws to make it easier to win lawsuits against publications like the Times. "There's never been a case like this".

She added no president should block "investigators from doing their jobs". "I think it would be very, very divisive for the country".

But Tribe said such a scenario is highly unlikely because it would probably be opposed by President Barack Obama and Clinton herself, both of whom have made such a huge point of accepting Trump as the president-elect. And suffered greatly in many different ways. "The president can't have a conflict of interest", Trump told editors and reporters of the New York Times during an expansive, hour-long question-and-answer session.

"I'm going to think about it", he said in a "60 Minutes" interview, his first sit-down interview after the November 8 election.

And he seemed more open to the idea of climate change than he had been before. I'm not a great believer...

And he appeared to soften his pledge to pull the United States out of accords such as last year's COP21 Paris Agreement, that binds countries to national pledges to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

If the playoff were today: Alabama-Clemson, Ohio State-Michigan in semis
Louisville (9-1) remains on the outside looking in on the top four at No. 5, followed by Washington (9-1) at No. 6. That should be enough to keep Clemson in the field, but the Tigers basically eliminated their margin for error.

"I can't imagine that any of the Trump electors would be defecting. In the end, we concluded with them that we would go back to the original plan of a small off-the-record session and a larger on-the-record session with reporters and columnists". It's well out there that I've been treated extremely unfairly in a sense, in a true sense.

Trump concluded: "So I'm going to be studying that very hard, and I think I have a very big voice in it". There is some, something. "And it's much less expensive for their companies to produce products".

Trump then: "Real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing Obamacare", he said on the eve of the election.

"I mean people are hitting me up Twitter, Facebook anyway they can communicate and track me down, they are", said Kelly Arnold. "I'd assumed that you'd have to set up some type of trust or whatever and you don't", he said. "The campaign was vicious".

Apparently, all it took was one meeting with his candidate for defense secretary, retired Marine Gen. James N. "But Gen. Mattis found it to be very less important, much less important than I thought he would say".

"Look, we have people that are chopping off heads and drowning people in steel cages and we're not allowed to waterboard".