It's a two-day Parisian getaway that includes dinner and a show. After getting down to business at the Elysée Palace, Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron are off to dinner at a Michelin-starred restaurant at the Eiffel Tower before the US president stands as guest of honour at the reviewing stand of Friday's Bastille Day military parade. It's an unlikely agenda when you remember that hostile handshake when they first met a month ago at the G7 summit. What do these two leaders have in common?
Produced by Michele BARBERO, Alessandro XENOS, Christopher DAVIS.
Representative for Republicans in France
Lecturer in Rhetoric & Human Rights at Sciences Po - Democracy 2.1
Spokesperson for Jean-Luc Melenchon
Head, Katch & Reyners