India, China Have No Sense Of Pollution, Cleanliness: Donald Trump

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The US president referred to the 310-mile boundary across the top of the island of Ireland as "your wall" as they posed for cameras in Shannon after his three-day visit to Britain. He wants to have a world that's good for future generations.

"@SadiqKhan, who by all accounts has done a bad job has Mayor of London, has been foolishly "nasty" to the visiting President of the United States, by far the most important ally of the United Kingdom".

"He understands that has to be a shared objective, that, if the United Kingdom is going to leave with a deal, that that deal must involve legally operable guarantees that we won't see the emergence of a hard border between north and south". "There was great love.And I didn't see the protesters until just a little while ago and it was a very, very small group of people".

The president also says Brexit party leader Nigel Farage, an outspoken advocate of leaving the European Union without a deal, should be given a role in the negotiations.

After he and Trump met, Varadkar said the president understood Brexit can not result in the return of a hard border on the island.

Prime Minister Leo Varadkar planned to use a meeting with Trump, who has been a vocal supporter of Brexit, to underline Ireland's concerns over the departure, his deputy said. The 1998 Good Friday peace deal, which the United States helped broker, largely ended the violence.

Trump denies calling Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, 'nasty'
As news of this gathered steam, Trump took to Twitter to clarify his statement and denied calling Meghan "nasty". In an interview with The Sun on Saturday, Trump reportedly said he was "shocked" by Duchess Meghan's remarks.

President Trump will depart Shannon on Thursday morning to go to France for further commemorations and, the BBC reports he will hold a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron before returning to his Doonbeg resort. Though the civic clashes in Ireland have not been almost as nasty as those around Trump's golf course in Aberdeen, Scotland, plans to build a wall to stop rising sea levels were fought by local residents.

A number of protests are taking place here over the next few days to coincide with his visit.

United States emissions from power, transport, buildings, and industry all ticked upwards past year, driven by a cold winter and relatively strong economy growth, which more than offset savings from the continued decline in coal power and increased renewables deployment.

The two were also part of a retinue of adult Trump children who were highly visible during their father's state visit to London, helpfully sharing images of their adventures on social media.

It's no secret that the people of Britain aren't fans of Donald Trump.

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