A day that began with the Donald Trump making furious accusations on Emmanuel Macron ended with the French president peering into the eyes of the first lady and clutching her hand on a famous darkened London street.
Macron & # 39; s two-handed hold of the Melania Trump came to the end of a day with a series of cinematic events: Trump & # 39; s bitter complaints about Macron that NATO & # 39; brain death & # 39; suffering, an attempt to get closer where Trump spoke to a & # 39; minor & # 39; dispute & # 39; before he & # 39; a few nice ISIS hunters offered to his counterparty, and a meeting in Trump's armored limousine.
But for the French president who traveled to London for events to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the powerful alliance, Trump said his country needed more than anyone else, by the end of the day it was & # 39; All & # 39; s Well that Ends Well & # 39 ;.
French President Emmanuel Macron hitched the Trumps aboard & # 39; the beast & # 39 ;, according to a pole reporter who was there, after a day full of tensions
After a reception with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace, Trump Macron offered a ride in the beast, his famous Cadillac equipped with armor, bulletproof glass and run-flat tires, on his way to 10 Downing Street for a reception organized by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The French president accepted it – although Trump had to cool his heels outside while Macron and other dignitaries organized photo operations on the way in.
Macron, 41, compensated for the chill in the air and in the earlier meetings of the day with the warm handshake he gave to the first lady, 49, who wore a yellow Valentino cape for the event. Trump was shown during the greeting.
It was a much softer handshake than the 25-second power grip that Macon shared with Donald Trump during their 2018 meeting for Trump's visit to Bastille Day in Paris, a year after the group together with Macron's wife a few & # 39; s dinner in the eiffel tower shared brigitte.
IN THIS WAY: President Donald Trump and his NATO counterparts met in London on Tuesday to mark the 70th anniversary of the alliance amidst deep tensions, because spats between leaders reveal a lack of unity that the credibility of the military organization
Defense commitment: Trump gave Macron a ride in his armored limousine
During a tete-a-tete, Trump said to Macron: & # 39; Do you want some nice ISIS hunters? & # 39; insisting that France and other countries accept terrorist prisoners from their own country
President Donald Trump with his wife, First Lady Melania Trump and British Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, are seen at a reception in Buckingham Palace on the occasion of 70 years of NATO alliance, organized by the British Queen Elizabeth, in London, Great Britain, December 3, 2019
First lady Melania Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are seen at a reception in Buckingham Palace on the occasion of 70 years of NATO alliance, organized by the British Queen Elizabeth, in London, Great Britain, December 3, 2019
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrive for a reception on Downing Street, organized by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, prior to the NATO summit in Watford, London, Great Britain, December 3, 2019
CAPED CRUSADE: Macron spoke to the first lady after a day full of tense exchanges between him and President Trump
BON SOIR: President Trump watched during the greeting
Macron and President Trump shared a much shorter grasp in London during their afternoon tete-a-tete, where Trump said they had a & # 39; small dispute & # 39; but & # 39; had a fairly long and very good relationship & # 39 ;.
It was a different story in the morning, when Trump unloaded Macron for his NATO criticism, mentioning uncertainty that was partly due to Trump & # 39; s own attacks on the treaty organization.
Trump even tore the French economy (which only grows 0.3 percent) and put forward the angry yellow vest protests against the government. He mentioned the comments from Macron & # 39; nasty & # 39 ;.
It culminated in the fact that Trump Macron insisted on an important political dispute when they met man-to-man: & Do you want some nice ISIS hunters? I can give them to you, & he offered.
& # 39; Let's be serious, & # 39; Macron shot back, stating that the defeat of the terror group in Syria & # 39; had not yet happened & # 39 ;.
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