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After an awkward handshake, Donald Trump admires French first lady's body

14 July 2017

That was a very, very, very lovely thing to see.

"You have a great president, and I think you're going to have a very peaceful and attractive Paris, and I'm coming back", Trump said at a joint news conference with Macron. "So, you'd better do a good job", Trump told Macron, drawing laughs from some reporters.

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"It was very pleasant and really good". You have somebody who's going to run this country right.

"The Trump administration's policies towards Europe are still forming". It has tried to impress on Trump the need to keep an eye on Russia's territorial maneuverings in the East.

When the Macrons welcomed the U.S. president and first lady to Paris, Trump greeted Mme Macron with the traditional double cheek kiss before taking hold of her hand and jerking it towards him.

Flattery isn't everyone's game, though.

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Questions about Russian Federation and the USA presidential campaign followed Trump across the Atlantic, but cordiality was the order of the day, and both leaders appeared intent on getting off to a good start.

Merkel invited his daughter Ivanka to Germany, seeking a channel to the mercurial President. Preceding the visit, French officials laid out their strategy to approach Trump: hold your ground where you disagree, and pivot to areas of agreement. "Should that have an impact on the discussions we're having on all other topics?"

The Saudis, with their iron rule, don't have to worry about a backlash. It belongs nearly entirely to French President Emmanuel Macron.

Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is also expected to testify in closed session.

Another foreign leader, Britain's Theresa May, also tried to pal up to Trump.

The White House said American troops would participate this year.

After Ms. Perry introduced herself, Mr. Trump told Mr. Varadkar, "She has a nice smile on her face so I bet she treats you well".

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But one Obama White House veteran agrees this looks like a conspiracy - just not the kind Trump's fans have in mind. In November 2015, she said she was detained for two hours at Heathrow Airport in Britain on her way to the U.S.

But if the president hoped he could sidestep Russian Federation on his Parisian sojourn, he was mistaken.

"He's a friend of mine". "He's a very talented man".

During his flight to Paris, Trump had praised his son as "a good boy" and a "good kid" and said that he'd listened to the Russian lawyer's pitch "out of politeness".

The President is already getting up close and personal with Macron.

Macron said he "respects" that withdrawal from the accord was part of Trump's campaign platform. "We have all of this lovely Irish press". God forbid if she's wearing a BAND-AID, he's likely to scream: Bitc* get the hell away from me, I don't want you bleeding all over me.

What does the United States get?

In the age of disrupters, where Trump has emerged as the disrupter in chief, Macron is turning out to be a conciliator - and, in the end, the kind of true leader that his American guest may aspire to be, but never become. Trump, though he came to power as a Republican and governs alongside them, sold himself as a right-wing populist.

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Far-left opposition leader Jean-Luc Melenchon accused Macron of endangering democracy by inviting Trump to Paris . Its route winds along the Champs-Élysees, which has been the site of two recent attacks targeting police.

Both seemed to work to put that tense debut behind them and minimize differences, said Spencer Boyer, former national intelligence officer for Europe and a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.

After an awkward handshake, Donald Trump admires French first lady's body