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estimated to TIME that,while she was pregnant with her twins So Perkovich decided to ask him. landlords and imperialistic forces. monsoon last year brought hope to farmers and they had a bumper production but the knife of demonetisation led them to sell their produce at dirt cheap rates.“Thats not necessarily the case anymore told reporters: "I’m not happy with inaction" and noted that "time is running out" for Congress to do something before November’s congressional elections. we laughed, He’ll take over in July.Missouri July 12 Macron and his wife Brigitte will dine with the Trumps on Monday evening at George Washingtons mansion in Mount Vernon Virginia and on Tuesday evening Trump will lavish on Macron the first glittering White House state dinner of his presidency Macron will also address the joint session of Congress on Wednesdaythe first in a decade of any French leader All that suggests an oddly close connection between this pair of polar political opposites For months Macron has suggested that given enough contact with Trump he believes he has a shot at coaxing the US President into changing his mind on key policies where they disagree like the Iran nuclear deal climate change and free trade Yet Macrons friendly relationship with Trump would appear to hold risks for the French president Trump is deeply unpopular in France and indeed much of Europe What is more Macrons visit comes at a time of national demonstrations and strikes back home with thousands of French students railway workers retirees and others protesting his sweeping economic reforms On Friday a survey by the polling agency BVA showed that 54% of French had a "bad opinion" of Macron Not only that but France’s recent decision to join the US and the UK in air strikes punishing the Syrian regime for using chemical weapons has not been welcomed by everyone at home Some have drawn comparisons with the Iraq War when then-President George W Bush failed to persuade the French leader Jacques Chirac to join the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 "The French have been told by their media and the whole political class that Trump was a dangerous lunatic unable to articulate a domestic policy let alone a complex foreign policy" says Philippe Moreau-Chevrolet a political communications consultant in Paris "Now all of a sudden we are asked to believe that entering a war coalition with him is a good idea" He says that 15 years after the invasion of Iraq the French still “love” Chirac’s refusal to join that coalition Even so the French have widely supported tough military action in Syria And Macron and his allies have brushed off all suggestions that he might be growing too close to Trump "The US is still the most powerful country in the world and Trump for better or worse is the US President" says François Heisbourg special advisor to the French Foundation of Strategic Research in Paris explaining Macrons relationship with Trump "Does that mean we love the guy Of course not" Heisbourg says "But to be seen as the only European leader to have the ability to be honored in the US in the way Macron will be honored well that is pretty flattering" Beyond being flattered Macron has calculated that Frances tight links to the US are more important to the world than the popularity of whoever is currently the US President Macron stressed that point during his TIME interview last November when he said that he needed "a relationship of trust" with Trump to further his foreign policy agenda "We are both duly elected by our voters" he told TIME "I am not here to judge" Similarly when a journalist asked a senior Elysée officials at a press briefing in Paris last week whether Macrons Washington trip risked looking like an endorsement of Trump the aide reminded reporters that the US and France had been allies for 250 years "and have never fought a war against each other" That alliance he said "is of inestimable value in the current context" Macron has three main issues on his agenda this week according to Elysee officials He will try to persuade Trump to stick to the Iran nuclear deal to change his mind on the Paris climate change accord and to return to the Trans-Pacific Partnership which Trump withdrew the US from and now says he might consider rejoining Most urgent is the Iran nuclear deal which the Obama administration negotiated in 2015 in coordination with six world powers and the EU The agreement resulted in a partial lifting of sanctions against Iran and both US and French companies are angling for contracts with the Iranian government Trump has made clear he would like to rip up the Iran deal and has set a May 12 deadline three weeks awayin order to change or ditch the agreement which came after years of painstaking diplomacy Despite the warmth between Trump and Macron few in France expect the French president to succeed in bringing Trump around to his views including on Iran "The likelihood of getting Trump to change his mind on Iran is low” Heisbourg says Yet he adds that Macron will not be blamed for failing in that “He will get A for effort which is not a bad thing” Likewise French officials have suggested that Macron is less anxious about trying to persuade Trump to back the global climate deal which commits each country to carbon-emissions targets in order to dramatically rein in global warming In recent weeks officials have told journalists in Paris last week that in reality the US will likely drastically reduce its carbon emissions in spite of Trumps refusal to sign the treaty since hundreds of companies and numerous US states have said they will commit to doing so In fact Macron might leave Washington on Wednesday evening with little or no concrete result to bring home from his visit–and still regard the visit as a success simply by making Macron look like one of the worlds most important leaders "It never hurts to be seen as the guy who can talk to all the big guys on the block" Heisbourg says "And Macron is probably the only European head of state who can actually pull off that trick" Whether anyone else views it that way remains to be seen Contact us at editors@timecomAt first blush it might seem strange that the Republican Secretary of State in Kansas is going to the mattresses in a seemingly hopeless fight to force Democrats to put a candidate on the ballot for the US Senate But Kris Kobach is no ordinary secretary of state Whip-smart (degrees from Harvard Oxford and Yale) movie-star handsome (and a national champion rower) he is a darling of the far-right wing of the GOP best known as the legal mastermind of the anti-illegal immigration movement No one doubts that Kobach 48 has ambitions far beyond Topeka He is a frequent speaker at conservative gatherings around the country and racks up further frequent flyer miles as a consultant to state lawmakers who want help in writing tough restrictions on undocumented workers His 2004 bid for Congress ended in defeat at the hands of then-incumbent Rep Dennis Moorebut losing your first campaign says nothing about future prospects Ask Barack Obama The question in Kansas is whether Kobach is helping or hurting himself with his crusade which started when the Democratic nominee for Senate Chad Taylor announced that he was dropping out of the race against incumbent Republican Sen Pat Roberts Taylors decisionencouraged by Democratic Party leaders in Kansas and around the countrywas a calculated move to boost the chances of independent candidate Greg Orman Polls have indicated that Roberts is vulnerable But to beat him the anti-Roberts voters would have to unite behind one candidate for Kansas has elected only Republicans to the US Senate since 1932 Kobach answered by refusing to drop Taylors name from the ballot Then after the Kansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Taylor has met the requirements to leave the race Kobach doubled down He has ordered Kansas Democrats to nominate another candidatean order that the Democrats are almost certainly going to ignore Some keen observers of Kansas politics are perplexed by Kobachs increasingly quixotic stand "In a lot of ways it doesnt make any sense" says University of Kansas political science professor Burdett "Bird" Loomis "Hes very ambitious yet the more he carries on here the more likely he is to lose his own re-election bid given the perception of his partisanship in an office thats historically been nonpartisan" Perhaps Kobach has squeezed everything he hoped to get out of the office of secretary of state The tough voter ID law that he championed sailed through the conservative Kansas legislature and survived a challenge in federal district court In August Kobach defended the law before a panel of appeals court judges By risking his reelection chances in defense of an embattled Republicanwith control of the Senate potentially at stakeKobach furthers marks himself as a stalwart lone ranger in the mold of the filibustering senators Ted Cruz of Texas and Rand Paul of Kentucky Like them Kobach "really likes to get into it" Loomis says "and may believe that any publicity long-term is good publicity" for a politician seeking a higher national profile At a time when much of the GOP baseand much of the conservative mediaputs a higher value on combat than on victory it pays to be pugnacious In other words Kobach may be trying to win by losing Contact us at editors@timecomS.
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