French President Macron, PM Philippe approval ratings rise

Danny Woods
June 28, 2017

"The process which is waiting for us in order to have this world agreement ratified...will be slow, difficult", said President Macron, while underlining that it is no longer possible to wait, because "the world can not wait".

According to ABC News, Schwarzenegger described his one-hour climate change meeting with Macron as "wonderful".

Mr Macron then promises to "deliver together, to make the planet great again".

"I'm here with President Macron, we're talking about environmental issues and a green future", Schwarzenegger says in the video, before Macron comes in for the zinger at the end.

Now, there appears to be a new budding bromance between recently elected French President Emmanuel Macron and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

He chose Versailles, the sumptuous former palace of France's kings, to host Russian President Vladimir Putin on a visit last month.

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The trip to Paris and subsequent video follows an ongoing feud between President Trump and Mr. Schwarzenegger that began when Trump criticized Schwarzenegger's supposedly low ratings on his reality show Celebrity Apprentice.

Ferrand, 54, a former Socialist who became one of Macron's key early backers, will bring his experience and authority to the newcomers who were gathering for a two-day training seminar at the National Assembly. "We will start with the directive on posted workers". "Because we are fully committed, because wherever we live, whoever we are, we all share the same responsibility: Make our planet great again".

On Thursday, the public auditor will also give an update on the state of public finances.

The 69-year-old actor replaced Trump, 71, as the host of US reality TV series The Celebrity Apprentice but quit the show after just one season, blaming Trump's unpopularity and continuing role as an executive producer for declining ratings.

Meanwhile, Macron had two tense handshakes with Trump in May, which Macron later described as "not innocent". "It's not the alpha and the omega of politics, but a moment of truth".

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