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American Leadership: Climate Change and Newspapers Today

american leadership: What I was worried about was, 'What are they going to write about me 20 years from now when I look back ' Obama has largely stayed away from U.S. politics and the Trump administration, but he did tout one of his accomplishments while in office, according to The Chronicle Herald. In Paris, we came together around the most ambitious agreement in history about climate change, an agreement that even with the temporary absence of American leadership, can still give our children a fighting chance, he said. I wasn't worried about what was in the newspapers today, former President Barack Obama said Saturday during a nostalgic visit to Indonesia's capital, his childhood home. Trump shocked many countries last month by announcing he was pulling out of the accord. Obama stressed the importance of stepping away from news sites where only like-minded views are shared, and warned about social media giving rise to resentment of minorities and bad treatment of people. He has also had a difficult relationship with members of the press and was recently condemned by Democrats and Republicans for a tweet that attacked a female MSNBC host. ( As reported in the news.