Insufferable Prig – Emmanuel ‘The Weasel’ Macron Attempts Ambush To Start G7 Summit – Video and Transcript…

After President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania arrived at Hotel du Palais in Biarritz, France, the insufferable French President Emmanuel Macron attempts one of his more dubious -albeit predictable now- power schemes (games). Macron is in trouble domestically and needs the world to see him pontificate for domestic political value.

Weasel Macron traveled to Hotel du Palais to ambush President Trump upon arrival with a request for an unscheduled meeting. The French prig requested a garden lunch, with pre-positioned media, so he could pontificate to the world his high-brow positions on gender-justice, the values of a global world order, and the importance of climate change.

Graciously, albeit with visible eye-roll, President Trump took the unscheduled meeting and allowed Macron the photo-op to pontificate his agenda for domestic political consumption. The entire event makes ¹Macron look even smaller. WATCH:

[¹If you’ve got to tell the world how important you are, you ain’t.]

[Transcript] PRESIDENT MACRON: In a few words, in order to (inaudible) — Mr. President, first of all, I do welcome Mr. President and his wife, and we are very proud and happy to have you here in Biarritz, in this place, for the G7 and once again very happy to (inaudible). You are a very special guest for us, and now, at this occasion, (inaudible) are very important.

On this occasion, obviously for us, (inaudible) a lot of crisis. We will discuss Libya, Syria, Ukraine, North Korea, and Iran. A lot of these crises that we need a strong coordination of and partners on the table. And especially on Iran, we have to fix the situation, and we had a lot of (inaudible), and we have to work very hard because I see we do share the same objectives. First, being sure that Iran don’t get access to nuclear weapon. And second, stability of the region.

We will discuss, as well, about the economic global situation, how to decrease tensions and fix the situation in terms of trade (inaudible), because I think if we manage to fix the situation, seven of us — we fix a great part of the world. And this is a very important (inaudible) of our discussion as well, and obviously how to find new ways to relaunch our economic (inaudible).

When I look at Europe, especially, we need some new tools to relaunch our economy. We decided, and (inaudible) probably decide to have new tax cuts, which is one of the ways to relaunch. We have strong coordination with (inaudible).

And, third, obviously, we will discuss a lot of things at the G7: gender equality, digital, and how to (inaudible) this new world with common initiative together. And, obviously, climate and bio (inaudible), and a lot of these hot topics. And with this (inaudible), we know the (inaudible) we can have on climate, on the various agenda.

But our cooperation (inaudible) our investors will (inaudible). And I think, during the sessions, we will actually see in order to have some solutions to (inaudible), and implementation of this (inaudible) and all these climate protections for this global agenda.

But thanks again, Mr. President, for taking the time being here and being a partner. So this discussion will be very important between the allies, friends, and very importantly, we are always very proud to have the (inaudible) the U.S. (inaudible).

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you, Emmanuel. Very nice. And we look forward to it. And we actually have a lot in common, Emmanuel and I. We’ve been friends for a long time. And every once in a while, we go at it just a little bit — not very much. But we get along very well. We have a very good relationship. Sort of, I think I can say, a special relationship.

We all remember the Eiffel Tower dinner, and that was a very good beginning. And we have some really great things to talk about. And we couldn’t have asked for better weather or a more beautiful location. And next year, we’ll be hosting in the United States, so that will be very — very good. That’ll be great. We’ll do a good job.

But so far, so good. The weather is perfect. The guest is fantastic. Everybody is getting along. And I think we’ll accomplish a lot this weekend, and I look forward to it. And thank you for having us.

PRESIDENT MACRON: Thank you. Thank you, Donald.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much.

~ Transcript End

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296 Responses to Insufferable Prig – Emmanuel ‘The Weasel’ Macron Attempts Ambush To Start G7 Summit – Video and Transcript…

  1. yearningabstractly says:

    Seemed pointless, other than for Macron to be photographed with Trump. Which says a lot.

    Liked by 4 people

  2. gawntrail says:

    Its like the teens at a family gathering trying to make a way to talk about something so people are listening to them.

    Liked by 7 people

  3. Bendix says:

    They do have a special relationship. Big Daddy and rebellious son, who doesn’t know whether he wants to be just like him or somehow depose him.
    Big Daddy is patient, but firm.

    Liked by 6 people

  4. Tommy Kinsella says:

    Meanwhile the Yellow Vests are beaten like dogs by the Government and get no coverage unlike Hong Kong….

    Liked by 7 people

  5. MMinLamesa says:

    Thank you “Donald”???

    Eat it bud.

    Liked by 8 people

  6. Georgia says:

    Meanwhile the Yellow Vests in France in a real democratic/peoples’ uprising are beaten like dogs by the Government and there is no Mainslime Media coverage unlike Hong Kong….

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  7. erp says:

    Words fail, laughter ensues. Notice you don’t see them standing up.

    Did anyone notice the little frog’s meeting with the UK’s Johnson? He had the poor guy sitting in a little kiddie chair so that he had to put his foot on the table to keep from sliding off and then the media lambasted him for his rudeness.

    Don’t think the left gets it yet, their silly games don’t work anymore. New sheriff in town in both the US and the UK.

    Watch out world.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Just saw video of Johnson with his foot on the table.

      It IS rude. It IS boorish. What person in Western culture has not been taught to keep one’s foot off furniture that does not sit in his own house? There a myriad number of reasons why that is disgusting, ranging from manners to hygiene.

      And no, don’t give me any bologna about the furniture being too small for the boor.

      As a MAGA supporter and one who wants Johnson to be a success, to kick the EU’s ass, and to return Britain to the people, this made me sick. I am glad our POTUS hasn’t done such a thing.

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      • sarasotosfan says:

        He was sending a message. You want to nit pick over his method?

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        • Tl Howard says:

          It’s a child’s way of sending a message, not a man’s. Further, as he is a representative of his people, it makes them appear boorish as well.

          Don’t forget. It’s Macron that’s weak, Macron that is our adversary, NOT the French people; in fact, NOT the people, be they French, American, or Chinese who MADE that table.

          You know why our POTUS, at most brusque even, wouldn’t do that? Because he knows LABOR went into making that little table, whether it’s marble-topped and $2,000 or an assembly-line Wall Mart special. People made that. It’s the result of their LABOR! The French people paid for it. Show some damn respect!

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        • SwampRatTerrier says:

          Agreed!

          Boris knows it’s common manners not to do that (and the chair was not too small).

          However the showing of the sole of the shoes is an insult to the Macron invited invaders of France.

          You know, the ones many of us believe deliberately torched Notre Dame.

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      • KAR says:

        I’d like to see that video! Link? BoJo’s great. Hope he upsets EVERYBODY.

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        • SwampRatTerrier says:

          You Asked For It!

          video/1

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          • Peoria Jones says:

            That’s it? After all the hullabaloo I was expecting something.

            1.) He didn’t put his foot ON the table. He barely touched the corner edge.

            2.) It was a fraction of a second.

            3.) They were obviously joking about something with the photographers.

            Nobody in Peoria is getting worked up over this.

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      • I generally agree with you, but not this time! Boris nailed it after micron le douche put him in a tiny chair the size of an ottoman… a piss poor attempt at making Boris look smaller than tiny micron that failed bigly.

        Micron is not a “leader”, just a feckless globalist tool with no self esteem. It’s pathetic. He actually reminds of bathhouse bari, a LOT.

        Pffffffffffffttt!
        And…
        Spit!
        😀

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        • Tl Howard says:

          Guess what? It was not Macron’s labor that made the table nor his money which paid for it.

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        • SwampRatTerrier says:

          I see what you mean.

          Although the chair Boris is sitting in appears to be full size, it is small compared to the giant sized couch that Marcon is on.

          Any real leader would have invited PM Boris Johnson to sit on that Huge couch with him.

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          • That’s a tactic that weak and or insecure people use in business. They set themselves higher than someone that is subservient or competition to them to appear “larger” and have them have to look up at/to them…

            “Power move”…

            It’s crap!

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        • Garrison Hall says:

          I can’t believe y’all are just being SO MEAN! I think we ought to give a little slack to Macron. After all he’s been dealing with this size thing his entire life. It probably began when he was in the French version of middle-school when everybody around him started getting taller. Only he didn’t. All the guys were taller than him. Even most of the girls were taller than him. Can you imagine what it must be like to be approaching your middle-teens when everybody is growing up and you still have to worry about whether your feet will touch the floor when you sit in some especially tall chairs? For a lot of males, both young and old, being height-challenged creates a life-long battle to preserve your self-respect. Macron knew—he just knew!!—that Boris was going to look down on him!

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      • dginga says:

        In some parts of the world, showing the bottom of your shoe to another person is a sign of great disrespect – or at least that is what the media told us when Muslim Arabs did it to Bush. Perhaps that is the message Johnson was sending to Marcon.

        And, BTW, Marcon should fire his decorator. That furniture is a joke.

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        • SwampRatTerrier says:

          Methinks that’s original, mid-century furniture.

          However that “trend” has long left the train station.

          Now it’s new mid-century reproductions, and mid-century inspired pieces of furniture that are in vogue. At least since they’re new, they tend to look cleaner and fresher.

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        • 13wasylyna says:

          Looks like crushed velvet or microfiber

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      • erp says:

        Furniture was too low for a man of Johnson’s size. That was purposeful and didn’t work.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      LInk?

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  8. Scott Volz says:

    So Macron wants to “fix” Iran? I take that to mean he wants Trump to sign back onto the JCPOA…and that’s not gonna happen.

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  9. NICCO says:

    When are the people in France going to wake up and vote this despicable person out.He is a globalist thru and thru and has sold out a long time ago for the proverbial thirty pieces of silver.I am sure that POTUS knows what he is along with frau merkel and plays the game accordingly.Lord bless and protect our president from this den of thieves while he is at this summit in Jesus mighty name,Amen.

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  10. Bubby says:

    My guess is Macron and the msm actually wanted President Trump to turn down the “unscheduled meeting”, the “garden lunch”. That way Macron could chastise President Trump for turning down the luncheon and “pontificate to” the msm and “the world his high-brow positions on gender-justice, the values of a global world order, and the importance of climate change” that he wanted to discuss with the missing President. Oh the howls of the msm that could have been. My guess could be wrong but President Trump handled Macron perfectly to their disappointment once again if so. Godspeed President Trump!

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    • Sofa King says:

      I was thinking the same thing.
      It was too short, a rejected ambush makes more sense.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      I think in Macron’s ideal scenario Trump would have went off on him, the host of the meetings. Trump will make Macron pay but at a venue and topic of his choosing. I don’t think the G7 has any idea of how Trump intends to set things on fire at this meeting so he can put up with Macron’s little show.

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    • SwampRatTerrier says:

      Yes, Marcon’s body language in that video clip just screeches that I think. (Turn off the audio and watch.) His body language is stating, “Oh just let me get this over with. This isn’t what I had planned for this at all!”

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  11. jjs says:

    France is lead by a fool, not a leader.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. trapper says:

    France’s GDP is smaller than California’s. Just for some perspective.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Deplore Able says:

    President Trump should come to tomorrow’s lunch wearing a yellow vest.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Watch closely, he HAS. And every one of those Globalists SEES it, every time they look at PDJT.
      And they see the molotov cocktail in his right hand, the zippo in his left. They are scared, frustrated and desperate.

      They KNOW he is kicking their butts, and their is little they can do to stop him, or slow him down.

      They are children, wanting desperately to be allowed to sit at the big kids table.
      They are cucks, in the presence of alpha males, and they are largely irrelevent.

      And THAT drives them,….CRAZY!

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      • SwampRatTerrier says:

        And Magnanimous President Trump is taking away their Communist Chinese Allowances!

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        • Dutchman says:

          To me, EU = EUCCP. If you add in there underpayments to nato, along with their unfair trade, they are,JUST as big a trade adversary as China is.
          And, they need to get slapped around, JUST as hard. Our budget deficit can be directly attributed to the ripping off of the US by the rest of the world.
          WE paid for the generous pension system, while our Social security is bankrupt.
          WE paid for Chinas infrastructure, while ours crumbles.
          Funny, we conservatives used to complain about ‘foreign aid’, and it turns out it is NOTHING, in comparison to these other, more fundamental ways we have been getting ripped off.

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          • SwampRatTerrier says:

            EU = EUCCP

            That’s a good one!

            Yes, if you go back and read the business articles in the 70s, it wasn’t just Japan pounding U.S. with their products, but also the EU (especially German autos) that were pounding U.S. also.

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            • Dutchman says:

              And, if you look at PDJT’s recent comments and tweets, he has been saying “and its not just China,…the EU has been treating us just,as badly. They aren’t as BIG as China, but,…”
              Or something similar to that.

              EU doesn’t do IP theft, or forced transfer, but we aren’t in effect protecting China from Russia, so really its about
              even.

              So yeah, the CCP has several chapters. Main, in China,…then theres EUCCP, and USCCP, or Uniparty. May well be other smaller ones. AuCCP, in Austalia, GBCCP, in Britain, etc.

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          • Dances with Wolverines says:

            And don’t forget, The climate and environmental treaties are nothing other than wealth redistribution schemes levied against Americans.

            Liked by 3 people

            • erp says:

              Correct.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Yes, and if you look at the governing structure; unelected and not responsive to the people buerocrats in Brussels, promulgated regulations stifling to the people, “for their own good”, fines for any rediculous thing, as you say rediculous redistributiin schemes, stifling, nay choking the middle class,..major ‘social programs’ financed with other peoples money.
              European Union of Socialist Countries,..or EUSC?
              Sounds like what you say, when you realised you have,stepped in fresh dog doo-doo.
              “EeeUUUUSSSCCC!

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            • progpoker says:

              Heard earlier on twitter…
              The US is the world’s Golden Goose.
              Hard for me to disagree.

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              • Yeah, leaving the productive people in America with what?

                A big fat GOOSE EGG.

                It’s gotta stop, and surely will with PDJT at the helm for four moar years.

                VOTE as if your lives depend on it. The phrase I use to remind my buddies and family that are already getting complacent with actual leadership in the Oval Office. Damn!

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        • NC Patriot says:

          He also took away massive American funds by withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord.

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    • Hopefully ..beside BoJo it will last G7 meeting with those clowns..

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  14. jjs says:

    France is lead by a fool, not a leader.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. FL_GUY says:

    When I see the name of the French town, my mind translates it to Bizarro.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. Keith Preston says:

    Trump’s response was the equivalent of “this was a fantastic dinner…the butter was exquisite and the milk was unparalleled. Trump treated him like the empty suit he is…but not in a way that would humiliate him in the eyes of the French voter. .

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    • MightyMustardSeed says:

      VSG! Our President’s response to the weighted ambush was to talk about the weather.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        Caught that too! LOL – the body language experts (our side) would have a field day with that body language too. Arm resting on the table, looking around like “what am I doing with this clod” – and then to comment on how nice everything was and isn’t the weather nice. Oh, and we’ll do a good job next year in the United States when we host the G7. 😂

        POTUS ignored every talking point Macron mentioned!

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  17. emet says:

    POTUS should have worn a yellow vest

    Liked by 1 person

    • Can you image ours VSG/ESG PDJT & best looking FLOTUS coming both in yellow jackets..to make sure all of those clowns get it !!!!! they got still 2 days to go…

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I feel like Trump has been very circumspect about Yellow Vests or HK protesters because of the lefty O’bama/Democrat whack jobs that are waiting their turn in the US.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Look CLOSELY at Melanias dress. Yellow (think yellow vests) with what looks an awful lot like opened umbrellas (think HK protesters), and a clear message, that Lefties can’t get in a dither over.
        PDJT is not the ONLY ‘master troller’in the Family!

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  18. parleyvous says:

    Honestly would have been awesome if he showed up in a yellow vest.

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  19. JRD says:

    C’est de la merde ce truc !

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  20. Macroni is a small weasel! Just leave the table and let the adults do business.

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  21. Tiffthis says:

    It seems to me that Macron was surprised the president accepted the invitation – he (croissant) was playing with his knife at the table and he had to lean around that umbrella pole half the time. A French ambush all the way- poorly constructed and a waste of time. In turn the president did a French exit 🤣👍🏼💥🙌🏼

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    • SwampRatTerrier says:

      Good observation.

      I can imagine the entire stage play Macron had already planned assuming magnanimous President Trump wouldn’t see him.

      But Macron got stuck in his own stinky cheese.

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  22. pyromancer76 says:

    The amazing cool, and presence, and multilayered communications in a very few words – and friendliness. I am always amazed at the depth and breadth of our President in so many areas, but especially the “cool.” Something like CTH’s Cold Anger. No one knows, but everyone can sense, and is supposed to sense. If they are fundamentally unfriendly, they might want to be on notice that they are about to be decked, but the timing is unknown.

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  23. dd_sc says:

    But so far, so good. The weather is perfect. The guest is fantastic. Everybody is getting along.

    Only President Trump could go to France and refer to the President of France as the guest.

    Bit of trolling for having to sit through this luncheon?

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  24. Publius2016 says:

    45 is always gracious, diplomatic and magnanimous!

    Class act…A better host would realize a trans-atlantic flight plus change of planes would require time to freshen up and for husband and wife to reflect…

    of course, Emmanuel prefers not to be home so off to see 45 and Melania ASAP…can’t blame him… Macaroon forgot CHINA AND BREXIT but oh well…

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    • Robert Smith says:

      “…We all remember the Eiffel Tower dinner, and that was a very good beginning. And we have some really great things to talk about. And we couldn’t have asked for better weather or a more beautiful location. And next year, we’ll be hosting in the United States, so that will be very — very good. That’ll be great. We’ll do a good job.

      But so far, so good. The weather is perfect. ”

      As nicely as Trump could, he completely blew off Macron. Rather than saying something silly politically like Mette’s “absurd”, which surely passed throught Trump’s mind, he ignored Macron while being surpassingly polite.

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  25. Sharon says:

    Self-awareness just isn’t in Mac’s toolbox.

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  26. Merkin Muffley says:

    I would have said “Yes, Emmanuel, we do want those things, but we’re not going to do them at the price of national sovereignty, national treasure, or by supporting Islamic extremism. Now, have fun, Emmanuel!”

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  27. Texian says:

    A speech his regime writers came up with.. Like he’s setting the agenda and sitting on the throne of all that is good..

    I remember an engineer like that, fresh out of school. The company sent him offshore near the end of a long job so he could get his feet wet..

    We mutinied.. I think some of the senior divers might have locked him up in his bunk room too.. Or he did so voluntarily..

    Offshore was a totally different world..

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  28. Elric VIII says:

    I have noticed that the smaller dogs have the larger attitudes.

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  29. It reminded me of a successful, confidant boss and his newly hired assistant…the assistant is young and overly eager and thinks he’ll have the solutions to any and every problem, and the boss listens patiently to all the wild assed proposals, nods, and gently guides him to the REAL issues the company faces, but, thank you very much, you’ll be fine lad.

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  30. Maquis says:

    Macron shoe-horning himself into another picture with the great man, uttlerly oblivious to the sad optics. An Aggressively Beta Bichon Frisé with a small-dog complex.

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  31. PinotNoir says:

    “So Mac don’t you want to discuss China being eviscerated and Great Britain exiting this silly EU thing you belong to? By the way , how would you like to sell Mauritius? I can get you a good price if you move quickly”

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  32. Troublemaker10 says:

    Macron better be careful not to try to pull a Trudeau for political gain. Those types of ojays backfire.

    Here’s what I heard….

    Macron:. Blah, blah, blah ..inaudible…blah, blah, blah ..inaudible

    Trump:. Nice weather we are having today.

    😁

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  33. Diddian says:

    Did President Trump pat Macron on the head at the end of the lunch, or was that just my overactive, “the appropriate end to this unscheduled luncheon would be…” imagination?

    Also, “Mr. President’s wife” has a name. Macron refers to Melania as though he’s never personally met her.

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  34. redline says:

    I’m just wondering what we might see out of Durham and Barr while President Trump is dealing with the nitwits at G7.

    Frequently, as I recall, interesting legal and political developments occur while the President is away on business.

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  35. Trump must first get him paper trained before he can go out with the big dogs.
    Merkel has let him run around and throw his leg up on everything since the day she bought him.
    If little Marcie can’t learn quickly, Trump will rub his nose in it before the weekend is over.

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  36. mr. deacon says:

    Tombstone-Johnny Ringo shows off with his gun twirling routine to impress the crowd and the celebrities. Meanwhile; Wyatt sits calmly, surrounded by his well armed brothers and friends, holding a sawed off shotgun pointed at him under the table.

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  37. Magabear says:

    If a weasel decides to pick the time and place to start a fight with a lion, the lion will still win the fight. 😉

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    • erp says:

      Lions don’t fight with weasels.

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      • littleanniefannie says:

        They toy with them.

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      • Bill says:

        I used to have a 150 lb mastif. His back was level with my kitchen table and he was almost as long as the table. He actually looked like a female lion but his long snout was black like a Shepard. He was the calmest sweetest dog in the world. He never growled or acted hyper. Numerous times smaller dogs like boxers and pits would try and pick fights with him on the street or at dog parks and growl and bark viscously at him right in his face. He literally would just stand there super calm and show no anger or anxiousness. He literally would treat them like they didn’t exist. After a couple seconds of trying to get a rise out of him, every time, the other dog would get perplexed and kind of trail off in their anger and walk off huffing kind of like they were confused at what happened. That is how PDJT treats all these simps when he has meetings them. They can’t even get enough respect out of him to get a rise out of him. He literally treats them as a non entity. F’ing love it.

        Btw, only fight my big guy ever got in was against two 100 lb Rots. It was the only time he felt like he had a worthy adversary. And he walked away with out any serious injuries. He was a beautiful dog. I wish more people had his temperament.

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  38. Mike in a Truck says:

    Americans dont give a rats ass about “gender equality” or climate crisis whatever they want to call it. We Dont Care. World economic crisis? We dont care. WTF have the French ever been leaders on? Capitulating to thugs like Iran that’s what. Go pound salt up your ass Macron.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Ike!
      Are they not the,World leaders in surrendering?
      Please, give credit where credit is due.
      Also, demonstrated a VALUABLE lesson to the world; if you are going to build a wall, to defend your Countries soveriegnity (Maginot line),…FINISH the dam WALL!
      So, theres that, Lol

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  39. Debra says:

    Oh, Dear God!

    Please Bestow wisdom to the males of the world who bow in inferiority to whom they consider their ‘bettors’ and masters — in this case, Mr. Macron bowing to the mother figure and child sex purveyor, Mrs. Macron.

    Please Grant the reality of the world, i.e., that there was created male and female, as complements of each other, NOT adversarial to each other, to go forth and multiply!

    ‘Gender equality’ is a legal fiction (aka, a government lie) designed to distract us from REALITY! If it be at all possible — what with that mommy dearest dawdling alongside you — would you, Emmanuel, please grow up . . .

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  40. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    Macron is a child

    Q. What do you get when you throw a hand grenade into a French bathroom?
    A. Linoleum Blownapart

    My Moms’ sister gets angry and bakes french pastries…
    She’s a cross aunt.

    Thank you ….thank you very much

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  41. 13wasylyna says:

    Its like a disney movie with a talking weasel running all over the place with no purpose while the wise and sage lion looks bemused. Go away weasel Macron.

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  42. Jenevive says:

    Why did POTUS waste a state dinner on this guy.?

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Because the the hand France lent us at our formation. And because Trump wanted to see if there was any space possible between France-EU-Germany. Trump correctly saw Macron and France as the weak partner in that relationship.

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  43. bessie2003 says:

    President Trump is a true gentleman. Sitting there letting the host country’s leader pull this grandstand maneuver and simply ending the matter with as little fanfare as possible so as to not insult the host country.

    Originally thought of the word putz (had to do with a man’s, er, size), then looked up prig (smug person using societal norms to do their thing), then schmo (a foolish, boring or stupid person). How unfortunate for France that their current leader could have all three words used to define him today.

    Wondering if it’s just my imagination, but was First Lady Melania’s yellow dress a hat tip to the yellow vests?

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  44. not2worryluv says:

    Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah………not lost in translation for the Yellow Vests.

    Keep America Great, Mr. President.

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  45. not2worryluv says:

    Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah………not lost in translation for the Yellow Vests.

    Keep America Great, Mr. President.

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  46. oldersoul says:

    Yapping puppies will yap.

    But everyone knows who the big dog is on that patio.

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  47. MicD says:

    FLOTUS opened the event when she floated out of that jet – what a Duo !

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  48. Genie says:

    I would have had to lift a cheek and rip one in to that green cushion while Macron was jabbering.

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  49. MightyMustardSeed says:

    France, Canada, Italy…If only their citizens had a leader cut from the cloth of President Trump.

    But for the grace of God, it would be us.

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