Trump continues 'bromance' with France's Macron

Posted September 20, 2017

"So we are thinking of holding a really big parade on July 4, on Pennsylvania Boulevard, to show our military strength", Trump added. To a city that already offers many, President Donald Trump wants to add one that showcases USA military might.

Trump was blown away by what he experienced in Paris on July 14, when he joined French President Emmanuel Macron at the Place de la Concorde to watch thousands of French troops advance down the Champs-Elysées.

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He later told reporters the event might occur as soon as the next Independence Day, adding it might take another year to plan. According to him, the two-hour procession of soldiers and military equipment was "a great thing for France and its spirit", and said he wanted to hold such a parade for the American people. "These were two fantastic hours in which we saw military power and I think it was great for France and its spirit". "To see this military power on the Champs-Élysées, it was really extraordinary!" began the president.

"And, to a large extent, because of what I witnessed, we may do something like that on July Fourth in Washington down Pennsylvania Avenue, if I have your approval", Trump said, gesturing toward Macron as the two men laughed and smiled.

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Trump had previously expressed an interest in including military vehicles in his inaugural parade. "We're going to have to try to top it, but we have a lot of planes going over and a lot of military might, and it was really a attractive thing to see, and representatives from different wars and different uniforms". And he told The Washington Post in January that he hoped that during his tenure, US military might would be on display.

"That military may come marching down Pennsylvania Avenue", he said then. "I'm speaking with [chief of staff] General [John] Kelly and with all of the people involved, and we'll see if it we can do it this year". That military may be flying over New York City and Washington, D.C., for parades.

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The president, who was surrounded by several generals in his administration has always had a fascination for the thing-martial, even if he himself has escaped the military service.