Trump Has A Chance To Pull US Out Of Climate Accord
Congress will have to agree to it being cut, but if it is, developing countries are unlikely to meet their emissions targets . Shares of oil construction companies also jumped, including KBR Inc, Chicago Bridge & Iron and Jacobs Engineering Group .
13 killed in Ghaziabad factory fire
The fire broke out at the garment factory in Shaheed Nagar area near the Jaipal Chowk, which is close to the Delhi border. Local fire officer Abbas Hussain told AFP that two people were rescued after they woke up soon after the fire started.
Asked whether Trump would apologize to the president for questioning his birthplace and legitimacy, the New Jersey governor said the controversy was just politics, adding: "They have a lot more important things to talk about". "The remarkable work they've done. that remarkable work has left the next president with a more strong and better country".
"I know we have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling but someone will and hopefully sooner than we might think right now". And we are now talking about how we're going to hit the ground running to make sure that we can get this country turned around and make America great again. Reporters were not allowed to witness Trump's historic entry into the White House for the first time since his stunning surprise election win on Tuesday. Like Clinton and other Democrats, Obama didn't appear to see Trump's victory coming.
The White House says Obama called Trump from his residence in the White House early Wednesday to congratulate him.
Later, Trump will go to Capitol Hill to talk with congressional leaders about the Republicans' legislative agenda for next year.
Obama also called Clinton after it became clear she'd lost the race.
"I could not be prouder of her".
Clinton was gracious and warm in her concession speech, urging her supporters to "look to the future" of what has been a bitter campaign and said Trump deserved a fair shot at the leadership. He had also warned supporters in apocalyptic terms that "the fate of the republic" rested on Clinton defeating Trump on Election Day.