Published: Sat, July 15, 2017
Tech | By Constance Martin

Trump joins Macron for Paris Bastille Day parade

Trump joins Macron for Paris Bastille Day parade

Donald and Melania visited the French President and his wife in Paris at the Hotel des Invalides this week, where they were taken on a tour of the historical site. He then repeated the sentiment to Emmanuel: "She's in such good physical shape". Trump ogled the First Lady and said: 'You know, you're in such good shape...handsome.

Always a charmer, that guy.

Trump's response to a woman who essentially choreographed her husband's entire campaign is both "WTF?"-inducing and somehow unsurprising".

"#Trump telling France's First Lady "you're in such good shape" epitomizes men toeing the line between compliment & sexual harassment", Twitter user Alex Berg (@AlexfromPhilly) wrote.

The pair's gripping handshake was caught by the cameras again on Friday as Trump toured France during its Bastille Day celebrations.

Trump's brief visit to Paris - he arrived Thursday morning - is meant to celebrate the French day of national pride and commemorate the 100th anniversary of America's entry into World War I.

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In a video from The Guardian, you can see Macron recognize the melody, and slowly his smile turns into a modest head nod for "Digital Love", which is also my guaranteed-to-get-me-to-the-dancefloor jam.

Handshake aficionado and President of the United States Donald Trump on Friday sustained his art of the grip for a duration never before seen on the global stage. "And honestly I think the press made a very big deal over something that really a lot of people would do", said Trump.

"Macron was especially adept at sidestepping questions about USA political controversies, which Trump clearly appreciated".

Brigitte was married at the time and when Macron moved to Paris at the age of 18, she jumped ship from her own family soon after and followed him down.

The leaders and their wives, Melania and Brigitte, had enjoyed a glittering Michelin-starred "dinner between friends" up the Eiffel Tower - beef with truffle sauce and warm strawberry and yogurt sorbet.

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