President Trump is headed back to Europe Wednesday afternoon, going to France to meet with the newly elected French president, Emmanuel Macron.
He tweeted out an announcement Wednesday, saying, “Getting rdy to leave for France @ the invitation of President Macron to celebrate & honor Bastille Day and 100yrs since U.S. entry into WWI.”
France 24 International News reported that even though the two leaders are far apart on climate change and immigration, they “will be looking for common ground on terrorism and defense policy.”
Trump and Macron, along with their wives, are scheduled to conclude a busy day of meetings Thursday with a dinner at the top of the Eiffel Tower.
In addition to meeting with Macron, Trump is scheduled to have lunch with U.S. military officials, tour the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte, and attend Bastille Day events on Friday.
Getting rdy to leave for France @ the invitation of President Macron to celebrate & honor Bastille Day and 100yrs since U.S. entry into WWI.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 12, 2017
The following video is of a meeting between the two in May, when Macron visited Trump at the White House.
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