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Rachel Marsden: Schwarzenegger and Macron blow hot air while France swelters

Rachel Marsden: Schwarzenegger and Macron blow hot air while France swelters

PARIS — On a recent Friday afternoon, while a historic heat wave was finally subsiding across France, I strolled by the Élysée Palace, home of the French president, as a massive black Range Rover pulled up to the door. (This at a time when the transit authority was offering locals special rates to get us out of our cars as pollution ticked up and the temperature hit 40 degrees Celsius.) A palace staffer opened the door and out popped Arnold Schwarzenegger, environmental activist. French President Emmanuel Macron greeted Mr. Schwarzenegger with a handshake.

They disappeared into the palace and later posted a selfie video together on Twitter, with former California...

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