The French government released its own version of the White House video on the Paris climate accord Friday, complete with what it views as corrections to the Trump administration’s stance on the deal.

The day after President Trump announced he will withdraw the United States from the agreement, the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs tweeted the White House’s video with responses to the Trump administration’s talking points penciled in.

One of the claims in the White House video reads, “U.S. economy would lose 6.5 million industrial sector jobs, including 3.1 million manufacturing sector jobs by 2040.” The French foreign affairs version reads, “Many major U.S. companies from all sectors, such as Exxon Mobile, Schneider Electric or Microsoft, disagree."


The French government’s version of the video also says the deal was “comprehensively negotiated” by former President Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaBiden calls for unity, jabs at Trump in campaign launch Several factors have hindered 'next up' presidential candidates in recent years Lewandowski: Why Joe Biden won't make it to the White House — again MORE, replacing the White House’s assertion that it was “badly negotiated.”

French President Emmanuel Macron issued his own response to Trump’s decision Thursday. He offered his own version of Trump’s campaign slogan — "make American great again."

“We will succeed because we are fully committed. Because wherever we live, whoever we are, we all share the same responsibility. Make our planet great again,” the newly elected French leader said.

When Trump announced he would pull the U.S. out of the Paris climate deal, he said the deal was “unfair at the highest level to the United States.”