President Trump has accepted French President Macron;s invitation to visit France on Bastille Day, which is on July 14.
Macron’s office said on Tuesday it had invited Trump on two occasions to attend the celebrations next month during which the U.S. military will take part to mark 100 years since it joined World War 1.
Mainstream media doubted Trump was going to formally accept the invitation after Macron had attacked Trump publicly over his decision to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Accord.
Trump’s formal statement can be viewed below:
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