President Trump refused Saturday in Italy, six other world to join forces in an affirmation of the in Paris in 2015 of a climate agreement, wrapping his trip through the Middle East and Europe, while the radical-Islamic terrorism and climate change emerged, the major themes.
Trump, who called during his election campaign, once the climate change a “hoax,” made the announcement on Twitter ahead of the other Nations in pledging your commitment to the offer of the G-7 summit in Taormina, Italy.
The President sums up his nine-day overseas trip, the first this, the first presidency, with a visit to the Naval Air Station Sigonella, Sicily, Italy, where he and the first lady, Melania Trump, give explanations to US military personnel.
Trump has been under heavy international pressure, during the trip in order to reaffirm that the United States of its obligations under the Paris agreements to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases and other pollutants to be believed, the warming of the earth to harmful levels.
While in the Vatican, Trump received from Pope Francis a copy of his 2015 papal treatise, the links from fossil fuels to global warming.
And he was put under pressure on climate deal after leaving the Vatican, with the participation of NATO and the European Union are meeting in Brussles with other leaders of the world.
Trump began his trip on Saturday in Saudi Arabia before going to Israel, and three European countries.
Was greeted in the Saudi airport by king Salman in a royal, red carpet ceremony.
The trip has gone off without a major misstep, than to build Trump tried to fight the strengthening of international alliances, radical Islamic terrorism and the threat from Iran and North Korea building a nuclear weapon.
Before the trump of the arrival of the Pope had publicly disagreed with some of the President’s plans and strategies, the inlduing those who build a wall along the entire US-Mexican border, and a temporary travel ban for several predominantly Muslim Nations.
“I will not forget what you have said,” Trump, Pope Francis said at the end of your 30-minute private session Wednesday, at the Vatican, in Rome, the second stop of the President’s trip.
Trump’s speech Sunday in Saudi Arabia came a day before a bomb out of a Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, killing 22 people. The Islamic state terror group has the responsibility for the deadly attack, which also injured dozens of others.
“This is a battle between the barbaric criminals who try to wipe out human life, and decent people of all religions that try to protect you. This is a battle between good and evil,” Trump said in the speech to the leaders of the Arab Nations, the cradle of the Islamic religion.
Trump back to the White house is under further investigated to influence whether or not his inner circle in co-operation with Russia, its profit by the end of 2016 presidential campaign or his inauguration in January.
Backing out of the climate agreement had been researched to have a the Central part of the trump card of the campaign, and the helpers, whether they fit the context of the offer, even if you don’t opt-out completely.
Among the G-7 leaders, leaned too heavily on the trump card to stay in the climate-deal German Chancellor Angela Merkel said: “We have very many arguments.”
During his trip, Trump also announced, to spend a new commitment of NATO member States, more on the defense.
To intensify “a lot of NATO countries have agreed that payments significantly, as they should. Money starts to pour – the NATO will be much stronger,” he said.
Trump was referring to a vow, the move of the NATO countries, spending 2 percent of gross domestic product for the defense of 2024. Only five of NATO’s 28 members are the opponents: great Britain, Estonia, debt-Laden Greece, Poland and the United States, which together spend more on defense than all the other allied meetings.
There is no evidence that money has begun to “pour”, and the countries do not pay, the US or NATO directly. But Germany, for example, increasing its defence expenditures, with the goal of achieving the 2 percent target by the year 2024.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.