The White house said Wednesday that President Trump has a decision on whether the United States, a climate agreement will remain in 2015 in Paris and effectively referred all questions about Russia’s interference investigations to the President’s personal lawyer.
“The President has taken input from a lot of individuals. If he made a decision, we spokesperson Sean Spicer to make that clear,” said the daily White House press briefing on the Paris agreement.
Trump last weekend at the G-7 summit in Brussels, declined to reaffirm that the United States confirmed the commitment of the deal, in spite of the other six Nations to their commitment.
The President said at the time that he planned to make a decision within a week amid reports that his inner circle is divided over your stay in this Pact, the tries industrial countries to reduce greenhouse gases and other pollutants in the context of climate change.
“I’m hearing from a lot of people in both directions. You’ll find, very soon,” Trump told reporters on Wednesday ahead of an Oval Office meeting with Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Spicer, in response to questions from a CNN story Trump earlier in the day, saying the former FBI Director, James Comey, could soon be said to testify publicly before the Senate intelligence committee, that such questions should be referred to, ‘ s “outside counsel.”
The President last week hired New York lawyer Marc Kasowitz as its external consultant for the Federal investigation, whether or not trump employees in cooperation with Russia in the 2016 presidential campaign.
Trump earlier this month, Comey dismissed, said he was not “doing a good job.”
Comey reportedly said later that Trump tried to drop him, an investigation of ousted National security Advisor, Michael Flynn.
Trump fired Flynn in February for not fully apparently, talks with the Russian Ambassador.
According to the CNN story on Wednesday, Comey spoke with Robert Miller, the recently appointed justice Department special counsel for the Russia-investigations, publicly to testify on Capitol Hill.