Trump says he and Macron talked trade, military

Posted July 15, 2017

"Our attackers simply want to see us grieve, and you responded with your dignity", Macron said during Friday's observances in Nice, which included a low-key military parade and moving tributes by relatives of the dead. First lady Melania Trump was also present, and Brigitte appeared to hang onto Melania's arm while Trump spoke. Late, Macron commented on the event. They typically result in viral videos and internet analysis on the state of the French and American alliance under both presidents.

That began a century of USA cooperation and involvement in European affairs, a policy many in Europe fear President Trump is retreating from. He's 39, she's 64 - which you know has to be making Trump's insane orange head spin, right? "Beautiful, isn't she beautiful?"

At a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels in May, Trump and Macron locked hands for so long that their knuckles started turning white.

He also recently came under fire in June when he paused a phone call with the prime minister of Ireland to talk about the physical appearance of Irish reporter Caitriona Perry.

He beckoned over Caitriona Perry and - while still on the phone - asked her where she was from, saying "We have all of this attractive Irish press".

Shortly after his speech, Macron and Trump walked down from the tribune where they were sitting to stand in front of giant French and American flags that were unfurled by soldiers. Let's forget that he's a xenophobe and a racist; the president of people who believe that Bob Evans Restaurants are fine dining is an global creep. "Relationship with France stronger than ever".

President Trump has watched American and French soldiers march together through Paris in a celebration marking Bastille Day and 100 years since the USA entered World War One.

Shortly after his speech, Mr Macron and his United States guest walked down from the platform where they were sitting to stand in front of giant French and American flags that were unfurled by soldiers.