Trump changes his tune on climate change, jailing Clinton

Trump changes his tune on climate change, jailing Clinton

Reporters at The New York Times tweeted details from a meeting with President-elect Donald Trump as it happened on Tuesday, contrasting it with an off-the-record session Trump held a day earlier with leaders at the top television networks.

Trump, who met Times reporters and editors in NY, "says he is keeping "an open mind" on the issue, the Times' reporter wrote on Twitter.

Campaigning ahead of November 8, Trump repeatedly told crowds of rustbelt and southern voters - factory workers, coal miners and oilmen among them - that he would tear up worldwide climate agreements.

A USA withdrawal from the pact, agreed to by nearly 200 countries, would set back global efforts to limit rising temperatures that have been linked to the extinctions of animals and plants, heat waves, floods and rising sea levels.

Spencer said "without an intellectual vanguard" that white nationalists can provide, Trump would have a "meaningless" tenure mired in the "mainstream conservative movement" that he's railed against. Last week, Trump took a meeting with three Indian businessmen who had worked with the president-elect on a Trump-branded property in Mumbai and were reportedly hoping to continue their working relationship once Trump was in office.

Trump has said he might have to build a fence, rather than a wall, in some areas of the U.S.

Trump propelled his campaign on this promise, which included Mexico financing the wall.

Also in Tuesday's interview, he showed little appetite for pressing investigations of his Democratic rival in the presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton.

# Trump on Alt-Right: "I don't want to energize the group, and I disavow the group. I really enjoyed him a lot", Trump said.

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Donald Trump defended his embattled chief strategist and former chairman of Breitbart News, Steve Bannon, against charges of racism.

Trump said his son-in-law and close aide, Jared Kushner, could help broker peace between Israel and the Palestinians, and that the president-elect himself could play a role in achieving what has eluded his predecessors.

Donald Trump was all set to talk with the representatives of The New York Times recently when the whole deal was called off abruptly. After the meeting today, though - and I am being human with you here - I think, f*ck him!

Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland, the top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a member of the Senate Finance Committee, said Tuesday that he planned to introduce a resolution next week calling on Trump to convert his assets to "simple, conflict-free holdings", adopt a blind trust or take other measures to ensure compliance with the Emoluments Clause of the U.S. Constitution.

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But, he said, "under no circumstances would you let this become habit-forming". Participants in the meeting called it contentious but a generally respectful gathering. That same month, it also reported that Trump had on at least two occasions used foundation money to pay out legal settlements from suits against his private businesses.

- Spoke positively not only of fellow Republicans in Congress - "Right now they are in love with me" - but also of President Barack Obama, who he said is "looking to do absolutely the right thing for the country in terms of transition".

During one presidential debate, Mr Trump told Mrs Clinton that if he won the presidency, she would "be in jail".

Trump said investigating Clinton is not something he feels "very strongly about".