Published: Sun, July 16, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Trump Spent His Trip To France Openly Thirsting Over The President's Wife

Trump Spent His Trip To France Openly Thirsting Over The President's Wife

After Trump essentially supported Macron's rival, the far-right Marine Le Pen, in this year's French presidential election, Macron then strong-armed Trump in a six-second handshake when the two men met for the first time in Brussels in May. All that, together with an emerging presidential style some commentators have dubbed "Jupiterian" for its aloofness, have helped bolster the impression that Mr Macron seeks to widen France's role on the European and broader worldwide stage. Though the pair looks amicable, even friendly, in most of the press shots from the event (see exhibits A and B below), there definitely isn't any love lost between these leaders. "When I saw it, I said, 'That's the dress'".

In case you're wondering, Donald Trump is still a creep.

He then turns to Emmanuel and says "she's in such good physical shape", before turning back to the French first lady and saying "Beautiful".

Trump says in a tweet that the military parade featuring US and French troops was "magnificent". This time was like that but so much better.

Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron shared another prolonged handshake
Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron shared another prolonged handshake

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: I have a son who is a great young man.

Their farewell was something else entirely.

The remarks in Paris, made in a joint news conference with French president Emmanuel Macron, came even though Mr Trump's own Federal Bureau of Investigation pick said a day earlier that authorities should be advised of requests to meet with foreign individuals during a campaign.

For some, even those in Macron's inner circle, the principal motivation was a version of the ancient proverb: Keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer.

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Scott, on the other hand, is best known for her role as Kimberly/the Pink Ranger in this year's semi-successful Power Rangers reboot.

Almost an hour into a tour, Donald couldn't resist complimenting the 64-year-old former high school teacher, and it didn't matter that Melania was standing just feet away. He says in a statement released by the White House that France was instrumental in the US winning its independence and the two countries are more united than ever. She's in such good shape.

"Are you in an elevator with a woman?" the chart asks.

And the internet was not about to let that one slide.

He has dealt with a barrage of criticism for his inappropriate comments about women since he ran for office. Checkout this beautifully-worded 10-tweet thread by Twitter-user Alex Berg on exactly why this isn't okay.

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We'll note that the two leaders seem divided on one point: the merits of Daft Punk, whose songs were rendered in a medley by a military band Friday.

For France, this year's Bastille Day has an additional poignancy as the first anniversary of one of the deadliest Islamist militant attacks of the past few years. As part of celebrations on Friday, he was made to watch a French marching band perform a medley of songs by Daft Punk, including "Get Lucky", the 2013 Grammy-winning hit.

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

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