The 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, is currently in France, finishing up his visit on Bastille Day, France’s holiday marking the start of their democratic republic, which also doubled as a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the United States entering World War II. Trump joined Emmanuel Macron, the newly elected French president, for a celebration of the annual holiday, which included a parade down the famed Champs-Élysées.
Viewing the Bastille Day Parade in Paris, Trump and Macron were of noticeably different demeanors. At one point, a military marching band paid tribute to Daft Punk, serving both as a highlight of the parade and allowing us to get a glimpse at how Trump really feels about the French electronic duo’s music. Listening to the medley of “Get Lucky,” “One More Time” and “Digital Love,” the French President—who is only 39—looked overjoyed by the display. Trump, at 71 years of age, looked noticeably less enthused about the marching band’s performance. You can check out a video clip of the performance below, which features cut-aways to both Macron and Trump, making for a hilarious juxtaposition.
— franceinfo (@franceinfo) July 14, 2017