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Yellow Vests: This is How France Responded to Donald Trump After His Mocking Tweet

“US President Donald Trump should not interfere in French affairs,” said French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Sunday. This warning follows a series of tweets in which Donald Trump criticizes France for the yellow jackets events.

The yellow vests clashed with riot police in Paris and other French cities Saturday, throwing stones, burning cars and vandalizing shops and restaurants in a fourth weekend of unrest that challenged the authorities. President Emmanuel Macron.

“The Paris Agreement does not work very well for Paris. Protests and riots everywhere in France. People do not want to pay large sums of money, a lot of money to third world countries (which are dubiously managed), in order to perhaps protect the environment. They chant “We want Trump! I love France, “Donald Trump wrote on his Twitter account last Saturday.

Drian condemned the words of Donald Trump. “The yellow vests did not manifest in English to my knowledge and, to be honest, the pictures that appeared in the United States and where we heard” We want Trump “were images taken from London during a trip by the president. Trump several months ago, “he told LCI television.

In a separate tweet, Trump also wrote: “Very sad day and night in Paris. Perhaps it is time to put an end to the ridiculous and extremely costly Paris Convention and to return the money to the people in the form of a tax cut? The United States had a head start and was the only major country where emissions fell last year! “

 

Drian noted that the French government does not comment on US policy and that it should work both ways.

“For our part, we do not consider American domestic policy, and we want it to be reciprocal. We do not take part in American debates, so let us live our life of nation, “he said.

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