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Donald Trump draws criticism for considering to renegotiate America’s role in Paris deal

Donald Trump draws criticism for considering to renegotiate America’s role in Pa

On Tuesday, Republican presidential contender Donald Trump said that he would renegotiate America’s stand in the UN global accord. Withdrawal of United States, the world’s biggest carbon-emitting country, would severely affect the deal reached in Paris by almost 200 nations.

For the first time in more than two decades, a common ground for curbing greenhouse gas emissions has been found. As per Trump, the agreements are one-sided and bad for the nation. He does not think that China, the world’s top emitter of the carbon dioxide, would adhere to its promise made in the Paris deal.

Donald Trump’s Unconventional Ways Win Him Republican Primary Title

Donald Trump’s Unconventional Ways Win Him Republican Primary Title

Among one of the ways Donald Trump has gone unconventional has not been noticed. He repudiated the concept of demonizing Planned Parenthood. He pledged to reduce federal funding for Planned Parenthood towards contraception and sexual health services since abortions are part of the Planned Parenthood services. Apart from this, the organization is involved in carrying out appreciable operations. Republican voters had several choices when it came to selecting the primary.

Three solid reasons to support Donald Trump

Three solid reasons to support Donald Trump

While a movement by social conservatives and moderate Republicans is trying to block Donald Trump, many argue that Republicans should back him if he secures the party’s nomination for the president.

There are some really strong reasons why Republicans should support Trump in the race for the nation’s top political post, if he win the nomination.

The foremost reason is that Republicans have overwhelmingly supported him. He has already won 739 delegates, more than 7.8 million votes and nineteen of the 29 states that have been declared their decisions.

Progressives will hold Trump’s feet to the fire: opponents believe

Progressives will hold Trump’s feet to the fire: opponents believe

Ever since Donald Trump announced his bid for the Republican presidential candidacy, his controversial comments kept on creating criticism and unrest, which sometimes forced him to cancel his planned rallies.

Many believe that Trump’s harsh comments against Muslims and immigrants could hurt him in the general election, but some experts argue that the Republican front-runner’s ‘gaffes’ will not hurt him because a certain segment of voters really supports the things he has been saying as well as the way he is saying them.

Trump’s success in New Hampshire being seen as wake-up call for rivals

Trump’s success in New Hampshire being seen as wake-up call for rivals

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump under-performed in Iowa, but his success in New Hampshire is being seen as a wake-up call for his rivals.

While Trump’s Granite State victory does not guarantee him the party’s nomination for the nation’s top political post, his notable margin of around 20 per cent can not be easily dismissed. His success has proved that he enjoys a fairly broad support.

We want to obey laws, though ISIS doesn’t: Trump says

We want to obey laws, though ISIS doesn’t: Trump says

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump taunted rivals and mocked protesters while addressing a huge crowd of supporters in Concord on Monday.

More than 4,000 cheering supporters gathered at the city's Cabarrus Arena & Events Center to listen to the Republican front-runner. During his 40-minute speech, he was interrupted by protestors at least eight times.

Trump’s controversial remarks troubling N.H. Sen. Kelly Ayotte

Trump’s controversial remarks troubling N.H. Sen. Kelly Ayotte

New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte is trying to hold on to moderates who backed her in 2010 election, while also supporting Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Since announcing his presidential campaign in June 2015, Trump made controversial remarks about Muslims and Mexican immigrants almost every time he delivered a speech. He demanded a ban on Muslims' entry into the nation and called Mexican immigrants 'drug peddlers' and 'rapists'.

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