'You're in such good shape', Trump tells French First lady

Faith Castro
July 15, 2017

On this week's episode of Donald Trump objectifying women, press cameras captured the us president commenting on French first lady Brigitte Macron's figure.

But while the band's take on one of France's finest musical exports is mightily impressive, their performance was only topped by The Donald's reaction to the whole thing.

The president and first lady will be joined in the ceremony by almost 200 American service members, including troops from the U.S. Army's First Infantry Division as well as three heroic U.S. veterans of the Normandy invasion, and French military personnel. Later, Trump told members of the press they should be able to report on his comments.

"You're in such good shape", the Trump said, eyeing Brigitte up and down. The two leaders shared another lengthy handshake, seemingly less of a tug-of-war than their first infamous handshake at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in May.

Others, however, defended Trump's comments and said they have been blown out of proportion.

"Beautiful." Meanwhile, Brigitte Macron touched Melania Trump's elbow and steps closer to her. The US first lady also dressed for dinner at the Eiffel Tower, according to USA Today.

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Trump took the handshake up a notch with a solid hand pat before employing the jerk-and-pull move Trump's become known for.

Trump, who is on a two-day visit to France, will serve as guest of honour at France's Bastille Day national military parade on the 100th anniversary of America's entry into World War I.

Brigitte Trogneux, the wife of Emmanuel Macron, French Presidential Candidate, attends her husband political meeting on April 17, 2017 in Paris, France.

Looking at Macron, Trump added: "You better do a good job, please".

Their age difference is identical to that of Donald and Melania Trump, who were spending two days in Paris in celebration of Bastille Day.

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