JOHN YANG: Indeed, the body language today was a marked difference from their first awkward encounter in May, and was capped tonight with dinner at the Eiffel Tower.
Mr. Macron, who has clashed with Mr. Trump over the USA withdrawal from the Paris climate change accord, took the unusual step of justifying his invitation to the US president at the press conference. "We'll see what happens".
"But we will talk about that over the coming period of time", he said. Some users said that the video made the president look "creepy" while others wondered if the French president is "making a fool" of his US counterpart. "And if it doesn't, that'll be OK, too".
Trump will the first USA president to have participated in the ceremonies since 1989.
Earlier in the day, Trump seemed to pull Brigitte in for a hug. "No", Mr Macron said.
This leaves open the possibility of him reconsidering the decision to pull United States out of the Paris climate agreement.
The president of the people of NASCAR is an global embarrassment, and I blame white women-the 53 percent of them who voted for Trump-for this mess.
"Something could happen with respect to the Paris accord". He's 39, she's 64 - which you know has to be making Trump's insane orange head spin, right? "And that is why I wish to thank them, thank the United States for the choice it made 100 years ago". "The friendship between our two nations, and ourselves, I might add, is unbreakable".
Trump visited Paris for the celebration of Bastille Day and the centennial of American's entry into the First World War.
The Trumps and Macrons visited Les Invalides, the site of Napoleon's tomb and a military museum on Thursday before both leaders conducted a joint conference on climate change, Syria, Russia and the long-standing Franco-American relationship.
France has been under a state of emergency following ISIS inspired attacks attacks in the capital and other towns. If somebody called and said, hey - and you're a Democrat - and by the way, they have taken them - hey, I have really some information on Donald Trump.