President Joe Biden said his administration will “tweak” the landmark climate law he signed in August after a storm of criticism from the EU and other trading partners over what they see as market-distorting support for America's clean energy sector.

“There are tweaks we can make that will fundamentally make it easier for European companies,” Biden said at a White House press conference with visiting French President Emmanuel Macron, without providing details of what he described as “glitches” in the law or how they would be remedied.