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G7: Trump tackles Macron and Biden by press release


A budding romance could be observed between Emmanuel Macron and Joe Biden during the G7. What did not please Trump, who did not fail to react through a press release.

If Emmanuel Macron and Joe Biden displayed a budding romance on Saturday during the summit for the G7, Donald Trump did not fail to react.

Banned since January from social networks and therefore from Twitter - his main mode of communication - the former President of the United States still wanted to react to this meeting.

And expressed his vision in a press release.

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In his press release, the former president of the United States begins with a quote from Emmanuel Macron during the G7 summit: "

It's good to have an American president who is part of the club and is very keen to cooperate. .

You have shown that leadership is partnership,

”said the French president of his American counterpart, Joe Biden.

A sentence that made Donald Trump jump: “

He and many other leaders before him, in France and throughout Europe, have swindled the United States like never before.

We have been treated very unfairly with horrible trade deals and paying a great deal for their defense.


If I were a leader of one of these countries, I too would like Biden better than President Trump.

Donald Trump, by press release.

For the former president, countries such as France "

take advantage of the United States

": "

Of course,

they like Biden because they will be able to return to their old practices to rip off our country.



If I were a leader of one of these countries, I too would like Biden better than President Trump,

" he adds.

These countries "

are now going to get rich at the expense of the United States, as they have done in the past, until a change is made."

I am for America first,

”concludes the former president.

Used to expressing himself on his social networks to be heard, Donald Trump must now give his opinion through a press release. Indeed, since January, the New York businessman has been banned from social networks, including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube or Snapchat, after the assault of his supporters on January 6 against the Capitol. However, at the end of March, Donald Trump announced that he wanted to make his comeback with “his own platform”.

Source: lefigaro

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