American President makes freaky comment while greeting French first Lady

Cheryl Sanders
July 17, 2017

The athletic apparel company's tweet made the case that it was an inappropriate thing to say, unless Trump was reacting to the discovery of a long-lost, mint-condition action figure. Trump ends the saga with his traditional patronizing off-hand pat, but the French first lady seems to absorb some of the peripheral energy of the affair, engaging in a new power-shake with Melania Trump, clasping her wrist like a misbehaving child.

"I wonder if she could say the same of him", Bishop said on Sunday.

Trump and Macron said they also talked about terrorism, trade, the Paris Climate Accords and other subjects during what both described as a friendly meeting. It was a moment that drew scrutiny and condemnation from many different quarters, thanks in part to Trump's well-documented history when it comes to women.

Trump left the Paris climate accord because he said he believes it will hurt American factory and coal mining jobs.


"Donald Trump listened to me", he said.

The Insiders programme previously drew worldwide attention for criticism of Trump after a video of ABC Political Editor Chris Uhlmann analysing the president's apparent isolation at the G20 Summit in Hamburg went viral.

Reebok, we salut you. He added: "I found it an extremely interesting conversation, and to be continued, and I'm just going to leave it at that".

For good measure, Trump's press secretary subsequently mangled Turnbull's name.


But not really. Trump is not exactly popular with the Australian public, two-thirds of whom opposed his election, according to an Ipsos poll.

Delivery driver Antonio Tabares came out to watch the Bastille Day parade and said it would have been shocking if Macron hadn't invited the president of the United States to attend this important anniversary. Those who urged him to keep the U.S.in the agreement reportedly included Macron, his daughter Ivanka, his chief economic advisor Gary Gohn, Tesla founder Elon Musk, Apple CEO Tim Cook and German President Angela Merkel. "I was a little surprised to hear that", he said.

Trump sat between his wife and Macron on the presidential viewing stand, an overhang shading them from the baking sun.


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