Donald Trump in Paris as his son faces Russian Federation link quiz

Marsha Scott
July 18, 2017

French President Emmanuel Macron on Sunday said his "glamorous Paris charm offensive on Donald Trump" may convince the USA president to change his mind on the Paris Climate Agreement, The Associated Press reported.

Despite some wariness in the initial contacts between Trump, 71, and Macron - who at 39 is the same age as Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. - the American leader's two-day visit to France ended on a high note.

Earlier, France's first lady Brigitte Macron and her U.S. counterpart Melania Trump met for the first time. Are Trump's comments out of line? He once interrupted the Irish Prime Minister to draw his attention to a reporter, saying she "has a nice smile on her face".

In footage posted to Facebook by the French government, Trump turned to the French first lady and told her "you're in such good shape".

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Bishop told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, when asked whether she would be flattered or offended if the comment were directed at her.

"I think Donald Trump left having a better image of France than upon his arrival", Macron is quoted as saying. Paris offered him the glamour he loves, and which is unavailable to him back home, where his fans wear Make America Great Again hats rather than the haute couture of his French hosts.

Shortly thereafter, Reebok released a handy flowchart on Twitter, illustrating when, exactly, it's a good idea to say, "You're in such good shape..." The infographic has mentioned situations where women are often harassed like in an elevator, standing in a queue for a cup of coffee, or working out at the gym. Trump talked excitedly to Macron as a variety of World War I-era tanks rolled to a stop near the viewing stand.

Another picture showed Mr Trump holding Brigitte Macron's hand in a fierce conversation that points to a different tale. While speaking to a room full of Australian journalists, Turnbull reportedly made fun of U.S. -Russia relations, fake news and Trump's signature "winning" slogan.

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