Trump Joins French President Macron For Bastille Day Celebration In Paris

15 Juillet, 2017, 17:37 | Auteur: Valentin Naude
  • Trump Joins French President Macron For Bastille Day Celebration In Paris

Trump probably enjoyed the visit as he loves everything connected with the military, though he himself never served as a soldier or airman.#Donald Trump landed in Paris on July 13 and attended the parade next day. It's not like the two leaders have a lot in common - personally or politically, or that they have a budding trans-Atlantic "bromance" that Macron has already established with his Canadian counterpart, Justin Trudeau.

"Thank U @hospital_necker for allowing me to visit your wonderful patients & inspirational staff. Continued prayers for good health for all", she posted on Twitter. For Macron, that means establishing a "Jupiterian" presidency, in which he communicates to the country on his own terms and operates at a remove from the daily politics. CNN International reported this news.

Trump was clearly charmed, echoing Macron's declaration of "friendship" before enthusing at the prospect of a shared dinner later on at the Eiffel Tower. And I think together, perhaps, more so than ever. The building itself was 100 feet tall and surrounded by an 80-foot wide moat.

Led by Senator Ben Cardin, Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the letter was signed among others by Sheldon Whitehouse, Tom Udall, Jeanne Shaheen, Jeff Merkley, Al Franken, Chris Coons, Brian Schatz, Ed Markey and Cory Booker. Security around the area was tight amid heightened security in Paris following a series of terror attacks. This was followed by the abject surrender of the French Army to the Viet Cong at the battle of Dien Bien Phu. He has managed to quickly display a confidence on the world stage and to comfortably seize the levers of French presidential power ― benefiting from a genuine political honeymoon from his public.

First, there was yet another dramatic handshake, this one suggesting more of a sense of comity instead of animosity. The oldest and largest regular military parade in Europe is held on July 14 on the Champs-Élysées in Paris in front of the French president and his guests.

French President Emmanuel Macron escorts US President Donald Trump after their meeting at the Elysee Presidential Palace on Thursday in Paris, France. He is trying to abscond with the best and brightest of the old order to enlist them into the LRM.

Moreover, approximately half of the victims who applied for relief funds are still waiting for their status to be recognized.

In Paris, Donald Trump indicated that he might reverse his decision. After all, President Macron did not need Mr. Trump to share the salute to his troops for his first stand on the Bastille Day podium at the Place De Concorde.

But as Castaner put it: "We can do two things".

Wherever you are today, here are some interesting facts about this special day. As part of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the entry of the United States of America into World War I, US President, Donald Trump will attend tomorrow at the Bastille Day military parade.

In late May, Macron invited Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom he confronted in a bilateral news conference about the activities of state-owned Russian media.

But over the past six weeks, Macron has made waves with a handful of less easily categorized remarks and public observations.

"It makes Macron the man who invites the powerful people of the world", said François Heisbourg, a French national security expert who advised the Macron campaign on terrorism.