Au revoir Paris – President Macron to President Trump: “We have a friendship that transcends time”….

U.S. President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron have an extended farewell handshake at the conclusion of the Bastille Day celebrations in Paris:

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299 Responses to Au revoir Paris – President Macron to President Trump: “We have a friendship that transcends time”….

  1. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I have to say that is the nicest that I have seen Mrs. Macron. It was way better than what she wore yesterday, IMHO. I do think the Macrons admire the Trumps. I also think he was the “chosen” one to try to smooth talk Trump into re-entering the Paris Accord. I don’t think it is going to work, though.

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    • sejmon says:

      I believe Macrons just faked(BHO instruction?I still believe only with MARINE LEPEN we will see real changes in France..but PDJT is pragmatic.

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      • shallbe4 says:

        Trump has something that Foreign leaders just can’t resist. Not more than a week ago Macron refused to shake Trump’s hand as Macron acted like Merkel was the bees knees. Twice Trump had his hand out and Macron ignored him. Then Trump walked over and shook Macrons hand so hard that I thought Macron would lose an arm. What a difference a week makes. Now Trump and Macron have a friendship which defies time. Trump is D-Man. Our President has star quality MAGA.

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        • LULU says:

          They recognize power when they see it. Strength of commitment, strength in follow through. He is not just another blathery, bluffing politician.

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    • Ned says:

      I don’t mean to be unpleasant, but Mrs. Macron just looks worn and sleazy.
      I can’t imagine being in a Catholic school as a Catholic school teacher, seducing a ten year old boy in 5th grade. She was his teacher in more ways than one. She was married with kids at the time too. Divorced her husband and eventually married him. That’s a female pedophile!

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  2. LumpyGravy says:

    People fail to recognize that President Trump built a multi billion dollar empire through his skill of developing relationships, negotiating and shrewd business principals. Macron, or who ever, can try and manipulate him via sweet talk and praise, as probably advised from Emperor Obama, BUT this is not Trumps first rodeo. You can’t survive, let alone thrive, in the cut throat real estate industry of NYC without playing the people game successfully. If these politicians think they can bamboozle an accomplished street smart New Yorker, they have another guess coming.
    MAGA!!!

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    • Minnie says:

      Hear, Hear 👍

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    • Jedi9 says:

      True that! But they other optic here is the fact that America would not be America if it were not for the French, American alliance in defeating the British in it’s fight for independence.
      I despise Macron as being an Obama clone and Globalist puppet more than anyone, which is why when looking at this from a historical perspective it is easy to see that they are tugging on the heart strings a little in order play on sentiment of the general public.

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      • onehope2017 says:

        I believe Macron (Little Prince Jupiter god-man) was sent by Merkel to use his hocus-pocus on Trump. Did you see him Jockeying for position next to POTUS every chance he could get at the G-20? Yet every time Macron comes near Our President, the little guy seems in awe. He has too look up. He is no match for the man God has chose to lead the United States of America.

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        • Ned says:

          Trump is not fooled or bamboozled by Macron. Trump will get along with anyone but will he trust them and really like them? NO, but he knows how to keep his cards close to the vest.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      Isn’t Trump the first President From NYC since FDR? NYers are sharp cookies. For 8 months Dems have been trying unsuccessfully to destroy our President and they still can’t figure out why he’s still standing. Love Trump MAGA

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  3. 004488 says:

    THAT was an example of the “Trump charm” in action.

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  4. BFFs lol the last photo.

    Perhaps President Trump can lure Micron away from the darkness and introduce him to the light.

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  5. georgiafl says:

    Our First Lady wore a printed Valentino dress to the parade that blended motifs of French Limoges china with a French Blue sash – a perfect tribute to France.

    On arrival in France and visiting the children’s hospital, First Lady Melania wore a Dior suit that was replica of the first Dior collection in 1947.

    Mrs. Trump’s dinner dress was designed by her stylist Herve Pierre, a French-born new American citizen, with the colors of both American and French flags and a sheaf of wheat motif. The sheaf of wheat is on the Great Seal of France and is a frequent motif in French design.

    http://jeanmarcfray.com/product/french-vintage-sheaf-of-wheat-side-table/

    Well done, lovely First Lady Melania!

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    • Minnie says:

      Thank you, georgiafl, for the robust background on our First Lady’s stylings.

      I am in awe of her, all of it, from her beautiful inner strength, to her elegant comportment, to her gracious representation of WE the people when dealing with foreign dignitaries.

      Mrs. Trump is admired, respected and loved ❤️

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      • georgiafl says:

        One of our Treepers caught the Limoges connection. I just recognized the French blue sash. Blue ribbons are often worn by European royalty:

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      • georgiafl says:

        It is likely our First Lady Melania will start a trend for people in places of influence wearing clothing with symbolic meaning, and message.

        That hasn’t been done as I recall.

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        • Deb says:

          It used to be the norm, that our style of dress was dictated completely by whatever event we would attend and each one had its own symbols, colors, etc. There used to be a secret language for hats alone, with different styles and colors for every event, time of day, social position, profession. We would communicate who we were and what we were about through fashion.

          As our society has decided to do away with cultural norms and become more casual, many of our rites and traditions have fallen by the wayside. We still have some uniforms that can denote who a person is and what their status is, but it is not a “common language” like our dress codes of the past.

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      • LCSmom says:

        I am really loving the A-line dresses she wore on this trip.

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    • winky says:

      Georgiafl…..very wonderful for you to point that out about the china and the blue sash….thanks

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    • livlovely101 says:

      I knew I had seen the pattern on her dress before…thank you for posting. At a junk shop in Florida, I picked up set of Limoge soup bowls that have the same flower motif only in the middle of the bowl and the sides are done in a robin’s egg blue. Simply beautiful.

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    • onehope2017 says:

      Wow! Thank you for that.

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    • Esperanza says:

      Also there’s a big exhibition of Christian Dior at the Arts Deco.

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    • Absolutely gorgeous. My favorite dress on her EVER.

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    • LULU says:

      I looked up the sheaf of wheat. It has long stood for charity and love.

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    • Ned says:

      The sheaf of wheat is also symbolic of, drum roll. CHRISTIANITY!
      She knows what she is doing…A Sheaf of Wheat, represents, the gifts of God, the fullness, the bounty of the Lord.

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    • Ned says:

      Beautiful tribute to France. Our First Lady never ceases to amaze me. She really does her homework and looks wholesome and stunning. Thank you for the history lesson on fashion.

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  6. Pam says:

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  7. scott467 says:

    President Trump kept tapping Macron’s hand, like he was trying to tap out of a wrestling hold, lol!

    .

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  8. TONYA PARNELL says:

    Macron married mommy and now looking for daddy

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