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Is Donald Trump really going to ditch the Paris climate change accord?U.S. partners in the G-7 club of industrialized democracies head for Sicily Thursday hoping for at least partial answers to those and other questions from a U.S. administration still deciding how to implement its radical policy agenda.Awaiting Trump in the ancient hilltop resort of Taormina will be icecream-makers who have been mixing up "gelatos" in the shape and color of his celebrated orange-blond quiff.But the U.S. president, who will not be the only new face on the G-7 block, will be focused on meeting leaders he will likely have to deal with for the duration of his term.These include the youthful duo of Canada's Justin Trudeau, with whom Trump has already tussled on trade and border issues, and new French President Emmanuel Macron.The American leader made few friends with his interventions in the French presidential election campaign, which included suggesting a terror attack in Paris would swing voters behind Macron's far-right rival, Marine Le Pen.
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