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16 Juillet, 2017, 12:04 | Auteur: Valentin Naude
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What may have tantalised eco-activists last week would have been President Trump's remark about the Paris Agreement on Climate Change at Thursday's joint media briefing with Macron. Mme Ménard, a smart communicator who considers Macron a phoney, has been targeted for judicial assassination.

Brigitte Macron was once the 39-year-old French president's high school teacher.

Alongside his French counterpart in Paris, President Trump softened his campaign statements blaming France for its terrorism problems due to immigration, declaring the country is "going to be just fine".

"I very much respect the decision taken by President Trump", he said at the news conference. He added that renegotiation would "not be on the table". "We also pay tribute to the heroic deeds of the French troops whose courage at the Battle of the Marne and countless other battles".

"It seems that Macron sees it as his personal task to get Trump back on board".

The two political leaders met to close out Trump's state trip to Paris, according to The Guardian.

Now you're all caught up on that whirl-wind day and a half Trump spent in Paris with Emmanuel Macron.

This year's celebration of French pride also marked the 100th anniversary of America's entry into World War I. Trump was the guest of honor at Macron's invitation.

The prolific tweeter-in-chief has lashed France a number of times online saying police were "afraid to go into many communities" after the Charlie Hebdo attack in January 2015.

"When I speak to friends in my circle, they hate Mr. Macron".

Back home, the US President now faces a veritable storm of controversy after revelations by the New York Times, the Boston Globe, Associated Press, and PBS.

Some topics, like a person's religion, sexuality and marital status, are best avoided in the workplace. Remember: this is Donald Trump talking, this isn't a normal or acceptable way to behave.

Mr Trump has previously criticised how France has dealt with recent terror threats, but he told a reporter of his confidence that Mr Macron is "not gonna be easy on people who are breaking the laws and show tremendous violence". Leaders from Adolf Hitler to Winston Churchill did the same, with the aid of the microphone.

"There's nothing that's happened there in substantive terms in which we should worry a lot", said Malcolm Chalmers, deputy director of the Royal United Services Institute in London.

In defence of this approach, Philippe cites the official national-accounts watchdog, the Cour des Comptes, which has reported serious budget overruns for 2017 - a result of disingenuous electoral promises by the departing president, Francois Hollande.

The second fight is the training of imams.

France, along with the rest of Western Europe, is nervous.

The far left supporters of former presidential candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon were predictably against the visit, but only by 56 per cent.

So whether the French President took Trump seriously or not, he gave him all the attention the American wanted.

Trump says they are working to destroy terrorist organizations and will work together to "eliminate their safe havens, end their financing, and eradicate their ideology".