Donald Trump has said America could "conceivably" return to the Paris climate change agreement in his strongest hint yet that he is considering a turnaround.
Trump focused his answer primarily on the United States' "very, very powerful military", but said he did not expect imminent war.
During today's presser, Trump refused to answer whether he would agree to speak with special counsel Robert Mueller, who is likely to seek an interview with him as part of the Russian probe into the 2016 USA election.
Trump was speaking at the White House alongside Norwegian Prime Minster Erna Solberg to announce a military deal between their countries.
In a short press conference after meeting with Solberg today (Jan. 10) for just over an hour, Trump said the United States could consider reentering the Paris Climate Accord that he pulled out of last summer, and spoke wistfully about Norway's hydroelectric capacity. She added that these efforts have played a small part in Norway's tremendous surplus.
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The probe has resulted in charges against four of Mr. Trump's campaign aides, including former White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty in December to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is cooperating with prosecutors.
The conservative prime minister had said before the meeting that she'd put climate on the agenda in the bilateral talks. It made it very hard for us to deal in terms of business. "I feel very strongly about the environment". She added that Norway, despite being a major oil producer and using its fossil fuel reserves to amass extraordinary wealth, is working to curb its carbon and gas emissions. "Russia & the world is laughing at the stupidity they are witnessing". When I watch you interviewing all of the people leaving their committees, I mean, the Democrats are all running for office, trying to say this and that, but bottom line they all say, there's no collusion.
Mr Trump began the withdrawal process in June previous year but it will not officially conclude per the terms of United Nations-brokered agreement until just before the 2020 U.S. election. "I think we are going to have, because of strength, peace through strength".
"I'll see what happens".
Asked about comments by a USA general who visited the Marines stationed in Norway and predicted "there's a war coming", Trump said he does not expect a conflict to break out in the region.