US President Donald Trump attended Bastille Day celebrations in Paris to commemorate the 100th anniversary of America's entry into the First World War. On a more somber note, the festivities also marked a year since a truck attack killed 86 in Nice.
Elected six months ago on a platform of hope and change, French President Emmanuel Macron is taking no prisoners both at home and abroad in a bid to make his country great again. Elizabeth Bryant reports from Paris.
French President Emmanuel Macron has thanked his US counterpart during Bastille celebrations. Donald Trump is on hand as the guest of honor to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the US's entry into World War I.
Emmanuel Macron is spending this Bastille Day with US President Donald Trump a day after wrapping up a joint cabinet session with Angela Merkel and her ministers. The new president's Paris is on full display for all.
One might scoff that receiving Donald Trump in Paris is ingratiating. But DW's Catherine Martens says the whole of the EU may well profit from Emmanuel Macron's approach.
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