"There has been no change in the US' position on the Paris agreement", White House spokesman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in an e-mail over the weekend.
When European environment officials suggested over the weekend that the United States might be ready to reengage with the pact, the White House said that its position was unchanged, and that it could stay only if more "favorable" terms were achieved.
President Trump previously had said he would be open to "renegotiations" or crafting a new deal completely.
Under the terms of the global agreement to reduce greenhouse gases, the earliest a nation can formally withdraw is November 2020 - the same month Trump faces re-election. In the meantime, the administration is not holding itself to commitments made under the previous administration to limit emissions and otherwise abide by the deal.
Months later, the USA and China jointly said they would sign off on the deal.
"If there's an agreement that benefits the American people, certainly", McMaster told Stephanopoulos.
President Donald Trump has given notice the USA will withdraw from the agreement in 2020 unless it can be renegotiated in the U.S.'s favour.
When Mr Trump announced in June that the United States would withdraw from the accord, Canada, China and the European Union immediately reaffirmed their respective commitments to the pact, which the Group of 20 declared "irreversible" the following month.
If true, it would represent a sharp reversal from one of Trump's signature policy pledges.
"The president said he is open to finding those conditions where we can remain engaged with others on what we all agree is still a challenging issue", Tillerson said on CBS's Face The Nation.
Trump has already made clear that he views the climate accord as an obstacle to his goal of creating jobs and ensuring energy independence.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday afternoon that the Trump administration's shift on the issue had occurred during a meeting in Montreal of government officials from more than 30 countries, including Canada, China, and the EU.
Our position on the Paris agreement has not changed.
Maybe that's not at all warranted considering it's still early days, but the mistakes continues to pile up and cost us dearly. Asked if the competition for places has ever been this intense at Turf Moor, Vokes said: "No, not since I have been here".
Israel has blockaded Gaza for a decade, and its border with Egypt has also remained largely closed in recent years. The decision of Hamas to finally hold negotiations with Fatah may indicate first steps towards reconciliation.
The White House issued no immediate comment, and Trump aides have said in the past that his tweets "speak for themselves". In July, he posted a video to his account that showed him punching a physical representation of CNN in the face.
Earlier the BA flight from Paris was evacuated after passengers were told a " direct threat " had been made towards the aircraft. After an initial search was given the all clear, passengers are being put through X-rays and body scanners by armed officers.
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He was arrested by the Kent Police under the Terrorism Act and remains in custody at a London police station. She added there was "no evidence" to back up Islamic State's claim there were more "live" explosive devices.
It yielded only nine points and 255 yards, proving that the unit is no fluke after a good opening game against the lowly Jets. Carolina, on the other hand, had at least one play in Buffalo territory on all but one of their first half drives.
Dhaka has also protested Myanmar's branding of the Rohingya people as "Bengalis" - the main ethnic people in Bangladesh. The government said the movement of the settlement's refugees would be restricted. "Refugees are still pouring in".
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