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. mikeyboo says:

    “. And. 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. ” 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.
    English translation: “up yours!”

    Liked by 13 people

  2. MaineCoon says:

    Macron is holding his little private garden party with POTUS and giving him his instructions on how things are going to go and how POTUS must fit into the ‘plan’. Macron’s greatest fear is his party turn into a free-for-all yellow-vest stance!

    Then we have EU Pres Tusk doing his little news conference stating all the same basic talking points and plan, including tell Boris that he won’t co-operate with a No Deal plan.

    So what we have here (before the POTUS party begins) is EU telling everyone how things are going to go — basically POTUS & Boris.

    PDJT is about to make a grand entrance after the kindergartners finish playing. He will be a gracious guest. Then he will suck the air out of the room.

    Musical chairs. Who will be left without a chair? Macron?

    Liked by 13 people

  3. SharonKinDC says:

    Micron (deliberate spelling) looks the fool he is. His puppet masters set him up w/ that script and he didn’t even deliver it well.

    Liked by 12 people

  4. H.R. says:

    I’m going to throw my vote to the “Macron had planned to be rebuffed so he could get it on camera and then go off on a rant” theory already put forward by others.

    Don’t forget that President Trump ascribes to the doctrine that it costs nothing to be nice and may pay off later. And President Trump is plenty smart enough to quickly assess the potential trap, which was neutralized by his acceptance.

    Regardless of Macron’s plans, I’ll bet President Trump also is well aware that Macron appears ridiculous when appearing with him, so it’s a positive photo op for President Trump. When you come to a fork in the road, take it!

    Liked by 11 people

  5. 13wasylyna says:

    Was Melania’s dress a hat tip to the yelliw vests and is that a chrysantemum flower on the dress. Hmmm

    Liked by 12 people

  6. littleanniefannie says:

    Petit prig.
    Mais jusqu’ici, tout va bien. Le temps est parfait. L’invité est fantastique. Tout le monde s’entend bien.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. littleanniefannie says:

    À toi !


  8. RobInPA says:

    Oh, I can’t wait for PDJT to reveal his pet name for this little French poodle that’s yapping away like a background noise annouance!

    Perhaps ‘Little Macron’, or ‘Little Maroon’, or ‘Little Macaroon”?!

    Little Marco would be relieved to not be singled out any more in the ‘little’ department!


    Liked by 2 people

  9. TEWS_Pilot says:

    Well, Manny,….you don’t mind my calling you “Manny,” do you since you call me “Donnie”…anyway, about that GlowBULL Warming thing….DONE already…You folks over there in the media, here is your headline: ” President Donald J. Trump Stopped GlowBULL Warming”

    …now, let’s get on to some serious issues like economic cooperation so the world can benefit from REAL Free Trade.

    Liked by 7 people

  10. Patriot1783 says:

    When I saw the meet this morning on my way out thought the cushions were different sizes, thanks Sundance for posting the back image, can really tell how much higher Macron’s cushion is in comparison to President Trump’s Chair. Does Macron really think he is fooling anyone? Kinda like Hillary and her 2016 campaign events, shutting off sides of rooms with partitions…that didn’t work either.
    It was nice to see all the cameras positioned on President Trump’s side as well, very telling in pointing out who the real leader/country was at the table. 😄

    Liked by 5 people

  11. G S says:

    Maybe Micron is just trying to make up for not going to the airport to welcome the Trumps?

    Anyway, he better thread carefully and remember what happened to Justin Trudeau in Canada…the end of the day he showed up missing an eyebrow, IIRC.

    Liked by 6 people

  12. sucesfuloser says:

    Sundance you make me laugh, our President is giving him the Justin treatment. He listened about as much as I did, not much at all.

    Liked by 4 people

  13. RightAroundTheBlock says:

    Did Putzcron purposely disrupt the President at this time knowing VSGPT would be jet lagged..?

    Little doubt they are that desperate for optics to mitigate the putz factor.


  14. Somebody's Gramma says:

    “…gender-justice, the values of a global world order, and the importance of climate change…” I am so sorry for the French people, with such a rich and beautiful culture, being ruined by this little man. May God bless the Yellow Vests, French gardens, French wine, French bread, French cheese, the French countryside, and all things so beautifully French.

    Liked by 4 people

    • erp says:

      … don’t forget French commies handing over pilots to the Nazis and collaborating with them, the butcher of Lyon, etc., etc.

      Liked by 3 people

      • underwhelmingposter says:

        Many of the collaborators were brutally killed after the war, even by collaborators who had not been uncovered. The Lyon butcher was extremely serious in that the Reich got French locals to do the dirty work.


    • OSP says:

      And Ciroc vodka


    • warrprin1 says:

      I love France, am fascinated by her history, and her language is music in my ear. But the French have walked themselves into their current situation, eyes wide open. There are none so blind as they who absolutely refuse to see what’s directly in their line of vision.

      Let’s hope for two things: that the yellow vests don’t give up, and as importantly, that if the yellow vests do prevail, they don’t ultimately eat their own, as has happened during so many previous moment-of-truth occasions in western European history.


  15. Cisco says:

    Ok Macron.
    You’ve had your 15 minutes of fame, read 15 seconds of fame, now sit back and see how the adult in the room, President Trump does things.


  16. Imagine Charles DeGaulle wiping Micron off his shoe.

    Liked by 3 people

    • erp says:

      deGaulle not exactly a hero.

      Liked by 2 people

      • SwampRatTerrier says:


        DeGaulle had a lot of Macron in him.

        Liked by 2 people

      • underwhelmingposter says:

        History has shown this to be true! He pleaded with the Allies to let him lead the French Military (what remained) down the Champs Elysees in Paris first, ahead of the Allies, even though it was the Allies who had done the (majority of) the fighting and all of the liberation.

        When I lived in France (Nato) DeGaulle was revered as a God-like character. I recall the many wine bottle stopprs with the caricature of his head on top, with that enormous nose dominating the features.

        Please note that the French underground risked their lives every single day to assist the Allies. That is a special story.

        Some collaborators infiltrated the underground and turned them in. Despicable!


      • “not exactly” at all…


  17. namberak says:

    “Never ascribe to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity.” ~ Napoleon Bonaparte Hard to believe this punk is essentially his descendant.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. USA First! says:

    Macron “ The Pig “, that has a nice ring to it.


  19. It reminded me of that presser with the Canadian person and Pompeo…she took up all of the time trying to look important. In both instances they used the US to get media attention because no one pays any attention to them on their own.

    How arrogant and presumptuous the Europeans are; as POTUS said a while back, they’d all be pledging allegiance to Germany if we hadn’t saved their butts. They are so weak. It could easily happen again…this time the Muslim hordes will take them over…maybe they will like it and we won’t have to save them again.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Good point, feeling all high and mighty… vicariously!

      “Oh, look at me, I’m speaking at the same event as President Donald J. Trump! See how very important I am???”

      Um… no. I do see how weak and feckless you look next to him though, as does the rest of the world… L 😀 L


  20. railer says:

    When Trudeau hosted the G7 a while ago, Trump, who is never late, for anything, ever, showed up 15 minutes late and entered the meeting room while Trudeau was speaking, and the entire room understood what he was doing. It’s really hard to upstage Trump.

    Liked by 5 people

  21. The Gipper Lives says:

    Macron does a very convincing Trudeau impression!

    Liked by 2 people

    • aidan maconachy says:

      Although full of himself, Trudeau doesn’t quite have Macron’s overweening self-regard and slick way-with-words. Justy is annoying in other ways e.g. the well known sock fetish, umming and awwing while talking monotonously like an automaton.

      Macron’s act is more polished. He has an obsession with symbolism and seemed keen to play up his Jupiterian qualities in the early going. But now he has been brought down-to-earth by the gilets jaunes and horrible poll numbers he seems less grandiose… denying that he ever aspired to be a “Jupiter-like” president. What an annoying ponce.

      Liked by 1 person

  22. Genie says:

    Macron’s last sentence was something like, “I seem to have forgotten my wallet, would you mind picking up the check?”


  23. ATheoK says:

    Macron says, amongst many similar whines;
    “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,”

    President Trump hears;
    blah blah de blah, I, Macron am an idiot and completely incompetent at international finance, blah la blah de blah le blah…

    Macron is using words that a superior uses when talking to a worker-bee. All actions are stated in the “Royal we” terms, where obedience is expected.

    President Trump manages to stay polite, but in his mind he has just struck Macron off all lists of competency.
    Macron’s only out is if Macron agrees with everything President Trump states and stands with him against Merkel et al. Otherwise, Macron just joined Trudeau in the backstabbing dweebs group, permanently.

    Liked by 1 person

    • underwhelmingposter says:

      The next generation of leaders in Germany will be anti-immigration, pro law and order, pro nuclear power (vs wind and solar), and more populist, but still leaning center left.


  24. scrap1ron says:

    Diplomacy, the art of telling someone to go to hell in such a way that they look forward to making the trip.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. nbkilgore says:

    Snot nosed kids of the EU seem to never learn their lesson. What a darn shame, something tells me they’re about get a very painful spanking with their britches down, we won’t see it, but we will see their puffy red eyes after they slowly walk out from behind the wood shed. Tusk will be wringing his hands, ears red, blood shot eyes and very flush face after his two little boys come out rubbing their buts sniffling.


  26. jbrickley says:

    The body language is very telling… Trump is clearly tolerating this horse and pony show. Macron is going to receive a swift 2×4 upside the back of his head. Wait for it.

    Liked by 3 people

  27. TreeClimber says:

    I couldn’t watch. The transcript was bad enough. Dear lord.

    Liked by 3 people

  28. HickTick says:

    Y’all know whats going to happen now , The price of Truffles is going thru the roof . , Thank the Lord it wont effect French fries , , Did PDJT look bored or what , I await the twitter storm .

    Liked by 3 people

  29. peachteachr says:

    I love my President. Raise your hand if you think Macron will sleep well tonight. I think President Trump’s opinion of Macron’s ambush is clear for all who have eyes to see.
    Sleeps with the fishes comes to mind.

    Liked by 2 people

  30. Doug Amos says:

    Microron won’t be lonely tonight; he will have Justine to keep his bed warm.

    Liked by 2 people

    • underwhelmingposter says:

      Don’t underestimate the egos of these prima donnas. Always note that they tend to have dislocated elbows from back-slapping themselves so often.

      Liked by 1 person

  31. Dave Mitchell says:

    Cheese eating surrender monkeys. I heard that many years ago and it stuck. I used to go to Paris when I had the chance—never again. The place is overrun with dangerous people looking for their opportunity to strike, and just not worth the risk. Couple other major European cities are on the list too…

    Liked by 2 people

  32. nuthinmuffin says:

    President Trump…it’s the USA and then the rest of you 6 in what ever order you put yourselves in.


  33. I wish President Trump would have looked at his watch and/or started inspecting his hands/nails 😎


  34. ADDgolfer says:

    VSGPT’s body language gave every indication of a Bad Date

    Liked by 1 person

  35. TwoLaine says:

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

    Did you hear that Fredo?

    Liked by 3 people

  36. OSP says:

    As with most meaningless conversations, PDJT talks a lot about the weather. 🤗

    Liked by 1 person

  37. snailmailtrucker says:

    KInda weird that Micro Boi failed to Mention his (under the table) Alliance with China…..
    “We will discuss Libya, Syria, Ukraine, North Korea, and Iran”.


  38. Newt Love says:

    I live in Annapolis, Maryland. 1.2 miles from my home is St. John’s College, the 3rd oldest college / university in America. In the back fields of St. John’s College, next to their rowing skull sheds, is the Memorial to French Soldiers and Sailors that fought for American Independence. We reciprocated by sending troops to fight in the French Revolution.

    I’ve been there 3 times, and prayed there, for peace. Not just a cease fire, but a real peace for the World. I’m a Lakota nDn. As my cousin, Chief Joseph of the Nez Pierce tribe of the Nakota Nation said, “I will fight no more forever.” That is “lay down the weapons” PEACE.

    I pray for peace, but the liberals are pushing for war. That’s not a good thing.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. CTH Fan says:

    I almost burst out laughing as I watched POTUS during Macron’s pontification. His body language and expression was priceless. His disinterest was so clear and I could swear at times he was trying to contain himself from laughing.

    Blessings to POTUS.

    Liked by 4 people

  40. czarowniczy says:

    On e of my all favorite political cartoons dates back to the 60s, I saw it in both European and US papers. It showed an emaciated female body, dressed in a tattered ball gown, on a bed with Charles de Gaulle kneeling next to her and holding her hand. Over her bed was a sign saying ‘French Imperialism’, in the picture was a speech balloon coming from de Gaulle with the words: “Where there is life, there is hope!”.

    I’m one of those who believe that France became largely irrelevant in world affairs shortly after it was liberated from the Germans in 1944. After the war it was kicked out of its foreign territories, big and small, by nationalist groups, suffered through decades of internal mini-civil wars and, except for its owning nuclear weapons, would be known only for its wine, cheese and rude behavior. India, the UK and CALIFORNIA have greater GDPs then France.

    I’m presuming that the main reason we keep France in any international economics group is pity or it’s being a neat place to veg pre and post conference…and they have nuclear weapons and are rude, a bad combination.


    • erp says:

      I remember our military was refused permission to fly over France on their way to the Middle East. That did for me.


      • czarowniczy says:

        France has frequently refused rights to
        US overflights and, at one point, refused to deliver to Israel maritime combat vessels Israel had paid France to build (Israel done snuck in an liberated them).
        The best thing France did for Europe in the last 60 years was leaving NATO in 1966, afterall who needs France at your side…or behind your back?


  41. Bluto Ruffian says:

    The comments here tonight on ALL threads are… PRICELESS!
    Just yesterday, woe is me… because no action on declass or indictments…
    Keep your eyes on VSGPDJT and you won’t be disappointed!
    Tired of winning?


  42. Good lord…..Macaroni doesn’t know how to speak at all. He sounds like there’s nothing in his noggin but cheese. Crumbly rough sour cheese at that. Just as well I don’t have to listen to him, and will not again!


  43. Bob Parker says:

    All around the G-7 Summit
    President Trump avoided the Weasel.
    Macron insists that they have a televised meal
    POP goes the Weasel.

    A French franc for a spool of thread
    A French franc for a needle
    President Trump nailed Macron right in his crotch
    POP goes the Weasel.


  44. farrier105 says:

    If France wasn’t charging its former African colonies billions of dollars as some kind of protection racket, no one would give them a second thought today. If it was like that in 1940, Hitler might not have bothered to invade.


  45. Pete says:

    It’s just soooo cute when Micron thinks he’s being a tough guy… Saw an ad on Ebay recently for a French rifle: Never fired, only dropped once…


  46. Summer says:

    While reading the transcript I mentally replaced every (inaudible) with the words that start with the letters S and F and that made Macron’s speech rather enjoyable.

    Also, the weather was perfect. Climate change you say? I say we couldn’t have asked for better weather.


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