Donald Trump's compliment of Mrs. Macron ignites Twitterstorm

Donald Trump's compliment of Mrs. Macron ignites Twitterstorm

Donald Trump's compliment of Mrs. Macron ignites Twitterstorm

This time, his target was the first lady of France, Mrs Brigitte Macron.

Macron said he "respected" Trump's decision but France remained committed to the accord, adding that Paris "will make sure that step by step we can do everything which is in the accord".

According to some people, however, his grin could well be the face of a man who is only too happy in knowing that he's trolling the President of the United States. Later, Trump told members of the press they should be able to report on his comments.

The Canton, Mass. -based brand Tweeted on Friday: "In case you were wondering when it IS appropriate to say, 'You're in such good shape...lovely'".

The fall of the prison became a flash point in the French Revolution, and is celebrated each year in something of an independence day for France.

The comments have been denounced as sexist, noting that the Macrons' age difference is identical to that of Donald and Melania Trump.

Trump today posted a photo of the foursome at the Eiffel Tower with the caption: "Great evening with President @EmmanuelMacron & Mrs. Macron".

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Trump first met the French president in May, shortly after Emmanuel was elected.

Libération's front page was devoted to the presidential tête-à-tête, leading with the headline, "Donald Trump: A pariah in Paris".

It started off as most shakes do, but quickly escalated into hand-holding, as the politicians continued to hold on to the other as they proceeded to walk down a brick street.

Paris tightened security before the annual Bastille Day parade, which this year is being opened by American troops with Trump.

As they were saying their good-byes, Trump turned to Brigitte Macron and gestured toward her body.

President Trump engaged French President Emmanuel Macron in a jovial, extended handshake on July 14 in Paris.

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