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WSJ Says Trump Has Changed His Mind About Leaving the Paris Agreement

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China's representative Xie Zhenhua, Canadian Environment Minister Catherine Mc Kenna and European Union Commissioner for Climate Change and Energy Miguel Arias Canete speak to the press after a ministerial meeting on Paris climate accord in Mon

"The U.S. has stated that they will not renegotiate the Paris accord, but they will trey to review the tems on which they could be engaged under this agreement", The Journal reported Canete as saying.

But the White House quickly attempted to rebut the report. The country is hosting 30 environment ministers today, aiming to push forward on the Paris climate accord in Montreal.

The United States' stance on the global Paris climate accord was thrown into confusion on Saturday, after a top European Union official said the Trump administration would not withdraw from the agreement - a claim on which the White House has since pushed back.

The Agence France-Presse (AFP), an worldwide news agency headquartered in Paris, didn't go quite as far, however, reporting that "a USA envoy has signaled that President Donald Trump may be ready to soften his stance on the Paris climate pact".

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While the Trump administration officially announced in August that it plans to pull out of the agreement, there are representatives from the U.S.at the meeting in Montreal this weekend. According to the Wall Street Journal, the answer might be yes. The president removed the country from the climate agreement earlier this year under the guise that the deal was not in the best interest of American business. An unnamed official present for the meeting tells the Journal that Eissenstat said the White House is looking at relaxing its emissions goals while remaining in the agreement.

Even if the US remained, the Trump administration would not have had to do anything if they didn't want to.

The Paris agreement was signed by 195 nations in December 2015.

This is a breaking news and developing story.

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