Macron mocks the anti-5G, climate skeptic Trump and Neymar calm the game


Emmanuel Macron during his meeting at the Elysee Palace with the actors of French Tech, September 14, 2020. – Charles Platiau / AP / SIPA

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For Emmanuel Macron the strategy is clear: “Yes France will take the turn of 5G”, he launched in front of a hundred entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs of “French Tech” gathered Monday in the village hall of the ‘Elysium. But, it is a small sentence which is especially likely to make speak. The day after the request for a moratorium from 70 elected officials from the left and environmentalists, the head of state mocked those who would prefer “the Amish model” and the return “to the oil lamp”.

As fires ravage California, Donald Trump seems to see nothing alarming. During a visit to the Golden State on Monday, the president downplayed the impact of climate change on the fires by assuring: “It will get colder eventually, you’ll see.” “I wish science would say that,” replied Wade Crowfoot, an official with the California Natural Resources Agency in Sacramento. This did not dismantle the tenant of the White House who wanted to have the last word, concluding with a laugh: “I don’t think science really knows”.

While the tension is still high between the supporters of PSG and OM, Neymar tried on Monday to calm things down after fueling tensions. The star of Paris SG, who accused the Marseillais Alvaro Gonzalez of racist insult when he was excluded at the end of the heated match on Sunday, made his mea culpa on Instagram. “I am sad to see the feeling of hatred that one can provoke when one revolts in heat”, wrote in Portuguese and in English the Brazilian striker. Neymar, however, maintains his accusations against Alvaro.

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