Why we need to stop telling France's first lady what to wear

Claudine Rigal
Juillet 17, 2017

French President Emmanuel Macron said he hoped his American counterpart Donald Trump would reverse his decision to withdraw the USA from the Paris climate accord.

Of course, the point of Norton's tweet was that Reebok was being hypocritical with their criticism of Trump's comments - which many critics said were sexist - while simultaneously promoting ads that feature partially nude women. Trump ends the saga with his traditional patronizing off-hand pat, but the French first lady seems to absorb some of the peripheral energy of the affair, engaging in a new power-shake with Melania Trump, clasping her wrist like a misbehaving child.

"Likewise, I don't run a commentary on his Twitter account", she said.

And in a transcript of an off-the-record meeting with reporters, Trump brushed off allegations of collusion with Russian Federation and said, "You know what treason is?"

Wood, who is also the author of SNAP: Making The Most Of First Impressions, Body Language, and Charisma, revealed that during the handshake, Trump was more "exposed" than the French president, adding that the latter is more "protected".

"I'd be taken aback, I think".

He said: "Donald Trump listened to me". 'Look, how lovely is it that Melania is wearing a below-the-knee dress, Brigitte should surely take note, ' blah, blah, you get the picture.

For good measure, Trump's press secretary subsequently mangled Turnbull's name. He also defended his outreach to Trump, whose "America first" policies have elicited disdain in Europe.

French President Emmanuel Macron and U.S President Donald Trump during Bastille Day parade in Paris, Friday, July 14, 2017. "I was a little surprised to hear that", he said.

Trump's administration has since said it will only honour the deal to maintain a strong relationship with Australia, and then only on condition that the refugees satisfied strict checks.

While the gesture may have provided a momentary thrill to progressives and critics of the president, it's a somewhat surprising move from such a major athletic company, considering Republicans and Trump supporters sometimes need to buy athletic shoes too.

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