President Trump has suggested the USA "could conceivably go back in" to the Paris Agreement, despite reiterating his belief the worldwide climate change accord is a "bad deal" for American business.
However, he insisted that Paris Agreement, which the worldwide community signed in 2015 with the aim of combating climate change by limiting global temperature rise to well below two degrees Celsius, was "a bad deal" and "very unfair" to the US.
The president emphasised that he is not going to let the Paris agreement deny the USA competitive edge.
"I'm not going to let that happen", he added.
Trump's comments about hydropower came after a reporter asked him about his decision to pull the US from Paris Climate Accord last summer, claiming it was unfair to the country.
Trump's decision in June past year to pull the United States out of the landmark global accord has sparked a wave of anger and dismay at home and also a chorus of disapproval overseas.
The conservative prime minister had said before the meeting that she'd put climate on the agenda in the bilateral talks.
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"Frankly, it's an agreement that I have no problem with, but I had a problem with the agreement that they signed, because as usual they made a bad deal", said Trump at a joint press conference in the White House.
Moreover, the agreement hurt United States businesses overall and gave advantages to other countries such as China, Trump added. It made it very hard for us to deal in terms of business. "It took away a lot of our asset values", President Trump said.
Nevertheless, the USA president spoke as if the country had already left the agreement.
It aims to keep the increase in average global temperature at below two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
"So we could conceivably go back in", President Trump said, without elaborating or directly answering a reporter's question as to what could persuade the U.S.to stay in the Paris Accord.
The treaty included promises made by the USA - by Trump's predecessor Obama - but there will be no legal consequences if they are not kept. It made it very hard for us to deal in terms of business.
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