Trudeau: G20 will tell Trump it's key to take lead role on tackling climate change

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a German newspaper on Friday that the leaders of G20 countries meeting in Hamburg would point out to US President Donald Trump that he should be a role model in addressing climate change.

"We'll tell him it's important to take a lead role in tackling climate change and creating good jobs," Trudeau told mass-selling Bild newspaper, adding there was no doubt that climate change was happening.

Trump decided last month to pull the United States out of the Paris accord on climate change.

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