French President Emmanuel Macron Addresses a Joint Session of Congress…

Earlier today French President Emmanuel Macron addresses a joint session of congress.

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118 Responses to French President Emmanuel Macron Addresses a Joint Session of Congress…

  1. Everywhereguy says:

    He’s got some growin’ up to do…

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  2. Apollo says:

    People on social media are crowing about how he “stood up” to Trump on Iran and against nationalism, etc.

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    • FL_GUY says:

      What a joke. Western Europe was once “empire” builders but are now hasbeens; they have been kicked out of every place on Earth they tried to spread their influence. They are jealous of the USA because unlike themselves, the USA became a superpower WITHOUT trying to build an empire.

      So, of course it is not in the interest of the pansified EU for the USA to be great again. They have done everything they can think of to block it, including jumping in bed with terrorists and countries that are enemies of the USA. The fact that Western Europe is currently run by morons does not bode well for them.

      They are busy trying to destroy themselves. Why would ANYONE take the advice or recommendations of hasbeens with a suicidal tendency ?

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      • Agreed.

        However, Trump is bound to have a positive effect on this young man. The relationship with Macron is a counterweight to Germany, which is now probably too far gone to save. Will be interesting to compare Merkel’s visit to Macron’s.

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          I disagree that Germany or any of the EU is too far gone to save–they can reject and eject the pisslamists in a blink, if they so desire. On rare occasions, NOT having constitutional protections that we in the USA consider fundamental can be be useful. We need to be careful and take action to be sure that exploitation/abuse of our Constitution’s protections are stopped.

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    • Dave says:

      Good, so hopefully this will get him some “street cred” in France and the EU that will allow him to do what PDJT needs him to do when the time comes.

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    • that was one of the main swamp media take aways from yesterday

      pathetic

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  3. Angry Dumbo says:

    Sad little puppet.

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  4. Artist says:

    Merde! what a connard!!!!!
    supporting global warming, TPP and the total POS “Iran Deal”…….I pray President Trump is not swayed by this limp pantywaist!
    All the sloppy wet kisses enrage me after the way Bibi Netanyahu was treated when he addressed this group of clapping morons!!!!!

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    • conservalicious says:

      Oh ye of little faith, our fierce POTUS will not be swayed by Macron. He will listen respectfully then do what is best for America like he always does.

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    • Hoosier says:

      He started out OK, then it turned into a sh!tshow. Like watching German porn. Merde flowed forth from his mouth. He is an uber globalist. He is no better than Merkel or May or Hitlary.

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    • Athena the Warrior says:

      Un petit connard!

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    • yy4u says:

      Get with the program Artist — Global Warming which displaced Global Cooling which displaced Acid Rain which displaced Nuclear Winter, is now “Climate Change” which covers all of the above. A warm day in December? CLIMATE CHANGE! A cool day in July? CLIMATE CHANGE! Of course, he supports Climate change nee global warming. He’s a Europweenie. Of course he supports TPP, Euroweenies are jealous of America and make a lot of money helping China screw us over. Iran Deal? The crazy mullahs aren’t targeting Europe — too afraid of killing Muslims. Still he’s cute and I kind of like him. As Euroweenies go, he’s nowhere near as annoying as Theresa May and Angela Merkel. And while I’m at it, I’m one of the original 60’s feminists, and I thought then and still do that women should have equal opportunity. But those two dingbats (May and Merkel) are showing every day that maybe women can’t hack it. The dumbest guy understands welcoming invaders into your country is something that cannot end well.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        yy4u,
        Respectfully, I don’t believe it’s because women can’t hack higher power positions. I believe May and Merkel are completely soulless sell-outs, which doesn’t take much for these two, except promises of wealth and grandeur.

        These women are not true feminists. They could care less about the plight of their fellow ladies. They know by allowing the invasion of their countries puts women and children in harms way sexually and they really just don’t care. As long as they are getting paid big bucks under the table, all is well for them and will continue to do so.

        I actually believe there are women who can hold high positions of power and hold their constituents in the highest regard. All of their constituents. Just like our President Trump.

        I think I believe this way is because I was raised by some highly intelligent women. I may not be at their intellectual level, but I know without a doubt that women can lead with their heads and a bit of their hearts, again, just like our President Trump.

        May and Merkel are nasty because they pretend to care about their people, but their actions do not follow their words.

        I am not a feminist and never was, however, I have always believed in equality of the sexes, races and religions.

        Please note that you and I may just see things differently, and there is nothing wrong with a difference of opinion, especially when we are on the same side of making our country great again.
        Be well,
        Ma’iingankwe

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        • svenwg says:

          Not to be contrary, but it seems that men in power care for the women and children as their highest calling. It is my experience that when women rise to the level of power, their first duty is not the women and children of the country they lead but rather the projection of being as tough as men, leading to them placing their countries at risk.

          The above has been the playbook for every woman who has risen to lead a country, with no exception at all. The idea that women should have the same opportunities as men has been codified into law but with the exceptions where women are granted far more leeway then their male counterparts. The smallest exception that starts this mess is the three days a month that women are given licence to either stay home or be as rude and as antagonistic as they like, with no recourse to their actions.

          Feminism has effectively deballed the men of today and an Alpha Male like President Trump is now an exception rather than the rule as was the case before 1960 or so. Women who have always been superior to men in so many ways have now reached their goal of being equal to men with all their faults and none of their strengths. The phrase ‘Be careful what you wish for’ comes to mind.

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      • Falcon Koch says:

        Of course he supports the Iran Deal, why because France has big Trade Agreements with Iran. So it is about money for France nothing more.

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    • Michelle says:

      If anything I would think Trump would be more resolute after hearing this speech.

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      • cwf60 says:

        I agree. I do not think he likes being made to look foolish. Congress stood up and applauded the globalist, because that is what they have become.

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  5. Pat Frederick says:

    i admit I could not watch the video after reading all the posts in the Presidential thread about the weasel like performance of our Congress in reaction to the weasel like speech of Macron…
    “…are we sure we can trust the French?” (The Patriot)
    “…apparently not…” (Harry Potter)

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “i admit I could not watch the video”

      Well because the browser on this old computer would not play it for me. Anyway, i did read the comments from the other Treepers who did have the time to view it.

      I figure that President Macron can spout off his NWO dung and then be safety ensconced into his plane, buckled into his seat by the wife and travel back home. Once home, French President Macron can deliver his message from PDJT to Macron’s bankster masters – “I (PDJT) am proceeding full speed ahead with my MAGA agenda!”

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      • mcclainra says:

        I didn’t watch it either. Yesterday was enough, watching & hearing the translation. I did notice that he couldn’t keep his hands off POTUS. Maybe he thought that would make a difference in his speech today & POTUS’s reaction. I heard Rush talking about how far France has fallen from the old days of global power, non-existent today, and they really have limited resources. They are total idiots about the invision of the illegal terrorists. I guess we will find out why POTUS chose to honor him as he did. The military review, music, etc., were great, however, no matter who it was.

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  6. Coast says:

    The multitude of ecstatic applause by members of Congress should send a strong message to every American as to which side Congress supports. And it isn’t America.

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    • MAJA says:

      Both sides of the aisle gave him a standing ovation. I’m disgusted.

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    • Tegan says:

      Coast…yes, a hood lesson, isn’t it about our “representatives”…makes you wonder WHO they are representing (other than their fat bank and off shore accounts.)

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    • Heika says:

      This is the same nonsense as the standing ovations for Benjamin Nutty-yahoo – who intends on using and abusing the US machine and then feeding its children into the great big endless wars in middle east grinder to die to fight its wars – and it has been the intention of the creators of Israel (Rothschild et al) since its inception to do so. And the Congress cheered and cheered and cheered. ‘MORE MORE, grind more’. The only cure for this horrendous slathering crap is to change the laws, so that those who vote for war must conscript their sons and daughters into those wars.

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  7. OSP says:

    I thought it was nice that he brought his mother along…

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  8. Oceana Jones says:

    All of Macron’s visions and dreams are dependent on the sacrifice of the American Taxpayer. Our money, our jobs and our blood.

    Liked by 15 people

    • TheWanderingStar says:

      Jones – and the American Congress applauds our being offered as the sacrifice. (SPIT)

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    • Maquis says:

      Which would still result in a disasterous Humanity snuffing failure.

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    • yy4u says:

      But Oceana — we are where the money is. You can’t have great social benefits for all if you have to pay for your own defense, can you? Like the argument I had with a lefty 30 years ago when I was grousing about high taxes on the middle class. “But that’s where the money is,” he told me with a straight face. All Lefties should be so honest. Of course, with a 30 year perspective (and he’s no longer with us) I would ask him what happens when you run out of the middle class’s money — which is what is happening. Or was happening until the middle class was smart enough to elect Donald Trump.

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  9. Sylvia Avery says:

    Sigh. The party’s over. It has been a glamorous and fun few days observing the gala and the camaraderie between the Trumps and the Macrons and appreciating our historical alliance.

    Now, back to reality. Macron is a globalist. He believes what he believes. PDJT believes what he believes. They are an ocean apart, at least. But PDJT is smart and willing to do what he must to put America First.

    He and Macron have some personal chemistry. It is to both countries’ advantage to play that up thereby administering an eye poke to the EU, UK, and Germany. Mission accomplished. And from there, who knows? At least France has agreed to pay their way on NATO so I’m happy with that.

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    • FL_GUY says:

      Would you say that Macron’s speech to Congress was a “shovel ready” job? LOL

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    • Sunshine says:

      Justin Trudeau must be proud of him.

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      • free2313 says:

        Or jealous of him, because Macaroon got to spiel his ‘I Believe’ moment playing with the words of Martin Luther King Jr.
        Macaroon became very pathetic and when the Leftist couldn’t stop standing up and clapping, one could tell he jumped the shark, right into the globalist arms… hahahaaaaaaa

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    • Mercenary says:

      I said this yesterday while everyone was swooning. Q called it too. He thinks he’s conning the President, but the Pres will simply use him for our benefit and slap him down when he gets too uppity. Trump will take care of Iran at the appropriate time.

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        It was fun to swoon a bit over the glamour and the ceremony, the fashions, the pageantry, and to celebrate the history of our alliance. But now it is back to earth time.

        Honestly, I don’t know what Macron’s game really is, but as far as I know he is what we have thought which is a globalist installed in his position by globalists. I think he signalled what his speech today would be like just a bit in his toast at dinner last night talking about universality and the world.

        But I know what PDJT’s is. I trust his laser like focus on MAGA. He can handle Macron.

        Meanwhile, he jokingly dusts dandruff off Macron’s jacket and they punch each other on the arm and it all looks cozy. But I think it is likely as much a part of PDJTs strategy as calling Kim Jung Un Little Rocket Man. Different plays for different leaders/situations.

        I admire PDJT more with each passing day. My respect for him is enormous. God bless PDJT. MAGA!

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  10. DanO64 says:

    I always like to remember Beldar and Prymatt Conehead are from France.

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  11. Bonitabaycane says:

    Our President has an uncanny way of exposing everyone for who they really are.

    His spotlight is huuuggge.! 🙂

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    • svenwg says:

      President Trump does not use a spotlight, it is too small, he uses the best illuminating object to expose deceit, corruption and graft to the entire world. It is called the sun ☀️ and he uses it expertly as no other President has ever been able to do.

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  12. Pat Frederick says:

    I was sincerely hoping that while the Joint Session of Congress was enjoying the Macron one-man show–Viva la anti-Trump–something wonderful would be going on behind the scenes — something huge that they would not be able to stop once it got started. sigh a girl can dream…

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  13. KBR says:

    I would say that having Macron speak to Congress was a horrible idea.

    I would also say that having the representative of one “state” of the EU speak to representatives of one state (each) of the Congress is letting an equal speak to equals.

    In other words, Macron is not the representative of a sovereign nation, but the representative of one portion/state of the EU, of which the EU “head of state” is Merkel, not Macron.

    PDJT has been entertaining a “congressman equivalent.”

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    • TheWanderingStar says:

      KBR – It is a stark optic of who Macron (France, EU) is, who Congress really is and who we (the American people) are. MAGA!

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Disagree. Frumpy Chancellor Angela Merkel is coming to visit Trump on April 27th. She’s not getting a formal state dinner or reception, and she’s not speaking to Congress. Trump set up Macron as a counterweight to diminish Germany’s role in Europe.

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  14. George True says:

    I think Trump has handled the visit with Macron just right. He rolled out the red carpet and treated Macron like royalty. The French are great people and America has needed to renew her friendship with France for a very long time. Our President is doing exactly that by establishing a very close personal friendship between he and Melania and Macron and his wife. This is how great bonds of friendship between nations are forged.

    So then today Macron spoke to congress in an attempt to convince them to influence President Trump not to cancel the horrendous Iran deal that traitor Obama made. Our VSG President is of course going to completely undo the Iran deal. (Thank God!) And by not being the least bit ruffled by Macron advocating the opposite of what our President is going to do, Trump is sending several powerful messages. First, we will do what is in our own best interest, regardless of what arm twisting may be brought to bear by friend or foe. Second, it is absolutely OKAY for friends to disagree on important things. We can AGREE to DISAGREE, and we will still be dear friends with Macron and France, and will continue to hold them in the highest esteem. THAT is how diplomacy is supposed to work, and President Trump is the best diplomat I have seen since Ronald Reagan.

    Compare this with how the low class, boorish, and breathtakingly ignorant prior occupant of the White House conducted ‘diplomacy’. I will never forget the blatant disrespect that grifter showed to anyone who disagreed with him. The image that is burned in my mind forever is him sending the Dalai Lama out the back door of the White House, right past the trash cans and bags of garbage. He disgraced the presidency and America by such childish and mean-spirited ‘diplomacy’.

    President Donald Trump has erased all that. He is truly a class act like no other, and he makes me proud by the way that he conducts the business of state.

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    • Countrywatch says:

      President Trump is not only acting for the American people, but also for the good of all people. We in the UK are eternally grateful for what he is trying to do to loosen the grip of the globalists and the NWO (of which the EU is an integral part). Thank you, President Trump. I wish our PM had even a fraction of your wisdom, energy and utter dedication to your country.

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      • lokiscout says:

        Thank you, my friend, it is always wonderful to hear ideas from the “Other side of The Pond”. And also thank you for the greatious comments about our President.

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      • DonaldsonLJ says:

        Agreed ! Another grateful Brit here as well !

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      • yy4u says:

        Countrywatch — your PM is a disaster. Just not as big a disaster as Merkel in Germany and not as big a disaster as Hillary would have been for us. So be thankful for the small stuff (smile). If it weren’t for Merkel you might well have the worst PM in Europe.

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        • free2313 says:

          She will be gone once May has delivered the Brexit reality.
          Then a strong leader with a futuristic vision will take the reigns.

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          • mcclainra says:

            I pray that is true. I thought she was a terrible choice initially, and has only gotten worse. Hubby & I have visited the UK, and really love it, and the people, and can’t really understand what has happened, especially in the cities. We can see what has happened, but evil has just pretty much taken over.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      I really agree with your words. Did anyone believe POTUS didn’t already know Macron’s total sentiments on any given issue? That is very naive. Does this change anything? No. So the D’s & RINOs got a little pep talk on globalism. They might have power of the purse, but POTUS has power of the pen.

      President Macon is 40 years old. POTUS has been formulating his view for 40+ years. We’ve seen the interviews. POTUS views aren’t changing.

      So, what is the upside? POTUS likes Macron. They differ but can work together. This is huge. POTOS will do what he always does – negotiate a win-win, and probably a better win for USA. He will leave it to Macron to whip EU (Merkle) into shape, if that’s possible. Merkle is a loser. Her best days are behind her. Macron’s best days are ahead. Plus he’s softened up congress (loved the fake news stuff, all need to be telling the truth instead of fake news putting fear in citizens). I think it was rather a coup. They’ll want to follow him/France. Little do they grasp how much he’s following POTUS! Splendid.

      Macron is POTUS link to many good things and neither must give up their beliefs or promises they ran on. POTUS is President of the USA. Macron is President of France. To each his own.

      Don’t sweat the little stuff. I didn’t like all he said, but I’m not sweating over it.

      What a great exhibit between POTUS & Macron, Melania & Bridgette. Best part for me was the State Dinner where NO D’s were invited. They will be smarting over that for a long time. Can’t wait until the next state dinner!

      Vive la France!

      Vive the USA!

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Frumpy Chancellor Angela Merkel is coming to visit Trump on April 27th. She’s not getting a formal state dinner or reception, and she’s not speaking to Congress. Trump used Macron to diminish her role in Europe.

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  15. Countrywatch says:

    President Trump is not fooled, nor outwitted. The body language also spoke volumes. Some commenters were describeing Congress being pro Macron. I do not think that will botherPresident Trump, but merely confirm what he knows already. He has taken on Congress before, and he is stronger than they are. Besides, in the bigger scheme of things there is a Trump card or two to play. MAGA.

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  16. Countrywatch says:

    Typo describing.

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  17. Nan says:

    Macron is still a twerp. Climate change? Give me a break.

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    • free2313 says:

      Yep! That was when Macaroon lost me completely…. Congress was being gracious and I doubt any invited speaker ever swayed the Congress, one side of the isle or the other…

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  18. Suzanne says:

    perhaps he was chosen to be the mouthpiece for the globalist puppet masters of the European “leaders”. go home little man, take care of the hopelessly lost French, and shut up and leave us alone

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  19. G3 says:

    New World Order was music to Sister Linsey’s ears and the spirit of John McCain as per interview on FOX

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  20. mireilleg says:

    I came here just to read the comments. I was born a French citizen and I still have my accent, and yet I can’t stand listening to him and his lisp. He is on par with Obama on my charts.

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  21. POTUS has made a determination that Micron can be used to undermine his masters in the EU. Micron will be browbeaten as necessary by the President and sent on his way to deliver various and sundry bad news to the EU.

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  22. NYGuy54 says:

    He’s just a designated globalist liaison to President Trump. I guess they figured he’d be stupid enough to take the job

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  23. 335blues says:

    I am calling bullshit.
    I LOVE AMERICA, AND ITS FREEDOM AND LIBERTY.
    No frivolous words of a french president decrying my love of country
    as fanatical nationalism is ever going to change that.
    If he tries to change it, then I will fight him, and whoever else gets in that line.
    AND, he brought up the biggest fraud in the history of the world
    “global warming”.
    What a bullshitter Macron is!
    I back Donald Trump unleashing the world’s greatest economic engine,
    the American economy.
    If France doesn’t like it, STEP TO THE BACK OF THE LINE!

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  24. quintrillion says:

    I will not watch this video of Macron addressing CONgress. I got the full globalist picture of him from his speech at the State Dept lunch with Pence yesterday. This can only be twice as bad or worse. Whatever game President Trump is playing with this little french globalist twerpt is beyond my pay grade.

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    • I lasted ~ 10 minutes to the first comment on gender equality. Then I consigned his speech to the ash bins of history. POTUS is making lemonade from lemons. The puppet who comes here to influence will be influenced in turn.

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    • Heika says:

      Well, we always think a game is at a foot, but what if it is not! It could also be a test of public opinion, it could be a warming, to see if people accept the global message on Trump’s platform. What if Trump were on his side – (on the side)?

      I like to keep an open mind, not what they say, what they do. Just doing that opposite thinking thing. Trump has done some odd things around supporting globalist agendas recently. So is he playing 12D chess or is it how it is?

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  25. Flyover Expat says:

    Everything we see, everything we hear, everything we will be comes down to the conflict between globalism and our identity as a free and independent nation state. Giving a nod to culture while leaving borders wide open is but one example of talk not equaling action.

    Viva Trump!

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  26. GB Bari says:

    President Trump knows how to put on the Ritz. He and Melania glamorize the White House and the Executive of State with aplomb. Showing such class to another head of state is the correct strategy. Trump knows that Macron is still mired in leftist, Globalist groupthink. It doesn’t sway our POTUS in the least.

    But PDJT’s unabashed promotion of MAGA and of equal, reciprocal treatment of other western nations far outclasses Macron’s transparent efforts to criticize our Presidents and his supporters policies.

    Trump’s genuineness causes others to be genuine, even if in so doing they expose their own fallacious Leftwing thinking.

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  28. I juxtapose this man with someone else, who I am certain that Trump would be just as delighted (if not more so) to host; and whose daughter, Brooklyn, would unquestionably receive a magical reception and visit from Melania.

    A man who is everything globalists are not: honorable, courageous, generous, truly American and in his values, like it or not people, a shining example of Christian selflessness:
    https://madworldnews.com/hero-wrestled-gun-waffle-house/

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  29. Donna in Oregon says:

    I took French in High School. That wasn’t English and it wasn’t French. I don’t know what he said.

    I like that Mr. and Mrs. Macron invited President Trump and FLOTUS45 to Bastille Day. That was very nice.

    Macron was chosen by Germany to make nice with our President and I commend the Macron’s for doing a nice job. Obama supported Macron and so we know how this ends.

    Merkel has all the subtlety of an ox. She’ll come prodding in next week wearing her burka with an Iran sticker affixed to her forehead. Amoral bean counter with parasitic tendencies.

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  30. NC PATRIOT says:

    On Q today—-4/25
    Is Macrone our guy or is it a sham?

    “politics”
    Same for Merkel
    Think movie
    Q

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  31. Tiana says:

    Macron… what a weasel… or viper… he got more and more emboldened as congress cheered him on in his globalist agenda… At least the republicans held a little back when he started out on the Iran deal… that France signed it and the US…

    I watched all the footage about Macron’s visit that SD put up, even though it hurt… and I noticed PDJT hardly ever smiles… and when he did it looked kind of forced… our VSGPDJT knows what’s up… but he has to play the game… THE ART OF THE DEAL… then boom YOU’RE FIRED…
    Macron reminds me so of Lying Ryan… 2 pretty boys trying to charm us… thinking we are that stupid and gullible…

    BTW… Macron… you can put your troops into Syria for the recovery effort… our soldiers have done their duty and need to come home where they are much needed… MAGA

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  32. Mustang4176 says:

    OK Gang. Make sure you have plenty of popcorn ready for Friday. The meeting with Mein Fuhrer Merkel is going to be a blast.

    First, POTUS should take her hostage, until Germany pays us reparations on the billions we’ve spent protecting them from the commies since WW2. Then the billions they owe to NATO. hahahaha!

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  33. tonyE says:

    Aaaah, notre amis français…. I can’t ever forget this movie: 😀

    Hotel Clerk: [Clouseau rings the bell for service] Yes?
    Insp. Jacques Clouseau: Do you have for me the ‘massage’?
    Hotel Clerk: Oh. You want a massage, ey?
    Insp. Jacques Clouseau: If you have one for me, yes.
    Hotel Clerk: Here. Why don’t you try Tokyo Lil at the end of the block. Ask for Passionflower Shirley, the Yokohama Butterfly.
    Insp. Jacques Clouseau: And why should I do that?
    Hotel Clerk: Well, you want a massage, don’t you?
    Insp. Jacques Clouseau: Yes, but I want it from you.
    Hotel Clerk: Sir, I don’t give massages.
    Insp. Jacques Clouseau: But you gave me one early this morning.
    Hotel Clerk: Sir, you’re mistaken.
    Insp. Jacques Clouseau: Look! Don’t you try the tricks anglais with me, Monsieur. I received a ‘massage’ this morning from Inspector Quinlan of the Yard of Scotland.
    Hotel Clerk: The massage!
    Insp. Jacques Clouseau: And it was you that gave it to me.
    Hotel Clerk: Message.
    Insp. Jacques Clouseau: What?
    Hotel Clerk: You mean message.
    Insp. Jacques Clouseau: Look, I know what I mean, you lunatic. Now do you, or do you not have for me, the ‘massage’?
    Hotel Clerk: No, Sir. For you, there is no massage.

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  34. NJF says:

    Was it really that bad?

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    • Jenny R. says:

      The press is lionizing it, so of course it was sad/bad.
      That’s ok — it shows some true colors (look at who is making the biggest deal about how great it was; who was applauding the most in that chamber).

      In the meantime, well, it’s a very great thing that Macron is so very stupid and weak and his masters are so…paranoid.

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  35. Jane Smith says:

    Sessions is behind this….

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  36. Jenny R. says:

    You should all be laughing and dancing right now — our President has given us one glorious show!
    Think about it:
    Macron was sent over here, like a good little poodle, to send a message to our President (and to us) — the mighty Reichkanzler(in?) and the masters of Brussels are displeased with us (oh no!), so we need to stop what we are doing and accept their ascendancy.
    So our lovely First Lady fetes them like a king and queen (as they see themselves)…and then our President says “no” to the mighty Reichkanzer(in?) and the masters of Brussels — poor poodle will likely get his nose rubbed in it when he gets home.
    And this doggie, not being a smart one as well as arrogant (and perhaps still feeling the effects of that royal reception) goes off and really steps in it by being churlish in our Capitol…and added plus: we get to see who are the traitors there who would be fine with a reinstatement of nobility here (and hopefully what nasty little rotters the rest of the world is — they are not America’s friends, never have been, not any of them!).
    Added plus: the British get their noses tweaked.
    A very good show indeed!

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    • hellinahandbasket says:

      Have you noticed . . . VSG POTUS Donald J Trump has a knack for allowing the enemies of the USofA (situated at home and abroad), to take an unimpeded (and sometimes grandiose) entrance onto center stage . . . and then sit back and watch as they expose themselves for the Evil Doers that they are – while affording the rest of our nation’s Patriots (and perhaps some of those on the fence), the opportunity to witness exactly how vastly-global our deep-state swamp really is…?
      I think many are just now recognizing this goes much, much, much further than our decrepit forces within, and are catching annoying flashes off their peripheral vision – glimpses of the BIG PICTURE – of the global opposition to any White Christian nation’s sovereignty, and the will to demoralize, disrupt, degrade and ultimately destroy ALL White Christians who oppose the browning of their nation, via globalist power and control.
      Ever wonder why there is NOT global outrage for the genocide of Whites in South Africa?

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  37. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    The dems haven/t clapped and cheered like that i the last year and a half. That was right up their alley.
    Macron is like a rebellious teenager and daddy Trump is telling him to get his head on straight. No, son, that is not the way we do things. Be careful or off to military school you go.

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  38. TwoLaine says:

    A State visit and an address to Congress by the French President and not one single local station covered this. PBS also dropped the ball. SAD.

    I wish Netanyahu got as warm a welcome, but we all know the DIMs HATE the Jewish people. They showed us, didn’t they?!

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    • yucki says:

      0 treated the Dalai Lama and Narendra Modi as deplorably as he did Bibi.

      Turns out, a petty public dissing brought Bibi and Modi together personally. Modi’s HUGE base was outraged; social media EXPLODED.

      His supporters saw commonalities between India and Israel that were not apparent before. That’s been translated into immensely increased trade and security cooperation. Newspapers and social media are actually fun to read these days.

      Genesis 12:2-3

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  39. TruthWhetherYouLikeItOrNot says:

    Globalist shill. The only 3 things I agree with him on are: 1. The historical fact that America and France have been allies since the American Revolutionary War, 2. There is a threat facing the world due to ideological differences, and 3. It is a critical moment. The ideological differences between communists and capitalists, between religious people and Satanists, between Jews/Christians and Muslims, and between unrefined, uncultured, barbaric savages and cultured, refined, sophisticated people, is too great to have ANY room for compromise. NO. Never.

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  40. TruthWhetherYouLikeItOrNot says:

    MACRON DOES NOT CARE ABOUT WHITES, WHITE CHRISTIANS OR JEWS IF HE IS PROPOSING THIS CULTURAL EXTERMINATION: “EURAFRICA” – French president says Europe must accept 150 – 200 million African (mainly Muslim) migrants in the next 30 years
    APRIL 18, 2018 BY BARENAKEDISLAM76 COMMENTS
    http://barenakedislam.com/2018/04/18/eurafrica-french-president-says-europe-must-accept-150-200-million-african-mainly-muslim-migrants-in-the-next-30-years/
    In other words, Emmanuel Macron, like one of his predecessors, Nicolas Sarkozy, says Europe must finance its own white genocide because of its history of colonization. Thankfully, Eastern/Central European countries are having no part of this insanity.

    Belgium: First Islamic State In Europe?
    Wed, 04/25/2018 – 03:30
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-24/belgium-first-islamic-state-europe
    • The leaders of Belgium’s ISLAM Party apparently want to turn Belgium into an Islamic State. They call it “Islamist democracy” and have set a target date: 2030.
    • “The program is confusingly simple: replace all the civil and penal codes with sharia law. Period”. — French magazine Causeur.
    • “The European capital [Brussels] will be Muslim in twenty years”. — Le Figaro.

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