Mr. Trump is expected to withdraw the United States from the agreement per his campaign promises and sources who are familiar with the matter, but will likely make a formal announcement regarding the position Thursday afternoon.
In their latest video, the French also point out a White House line that some USA researchers say Trump twisted to support his own priorities.
Among other things, the French video says that the $3bn (£2.3bn) that former US Presdent Barack Obama pledged to the Green Climate Fund is "less per capita than many other countries including Germany, France, the United Kingdom and Sweden".
The 2015 Paris agreement established a global target for lowering greenhouse-gas emissions - aimed at keeping the atmosphere from warming by 2 degrees Celsius. "The president made an executive agreement because that was the best that we could do", he said. However, experts say it is unclear whether they actually can fill the gap left by the Trump administration.
"Climate change is real".
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The Kiwis will now have to beat Bangladesh in their last group A encounter and hope that England beat Australia . India has two points in its account after thrashing arch-rivals Pakistan on 4 June.
What would be the impact of USA pulling out of the Paris climate agreement? "I knew that as a governor. It was not possible to meet the goals had we attempted to", she added.
Trump's top climate adviser Scott Pruitt was indignant: "The world applauded when we joined Paris".
"Pressure on the ecosystem is increasing, and as a result of human action and as a result of natural processes, these questions require deep study, research and analysis", Putin said on Friday.
President Trump was right to remove the United States from this non-treaty. "We'll do it in the future", she said.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, also on Sunday's "Meet The Press", was one of the members of the administration to push President Trump to exit the agreement, and firmly defended the president's decision Sunday morning, including repeating his assertion that other nations around the world applauded the USA previously signing on because "it put us at an economic disadvantage".
A large part of Trump's appeal was this you and I, the average American worker, the middle class American, against the elites not only here at home, but overseas.
"The rest of the world wanted to tell us how to do it and we're saying we will do it, but we will do it under our terms".