Donald Trump is again at the center of the debate. And this time, it’s the footballer, Benjamin Mendy who responds to a tweet of the American president. A reaction of the French who feeds the media for several hours.
Benjamin Mendy decided to take a stand for the French head of state, Emmanuel Macron. Criticized Tuesday by his American counterpart Donald Trump in a series of tweets, the French president can count on the support of his compatriot Benjamin Mendy, member of Manchester City.
Indeed, Donald Trump had, last Tuesday, launched a tweet against the number 1 French, “MAKE FRANCE GREAT AGAIN”, to call the successor of François Hollande to “Make his greatness to France”.
“Do not worry brother,” the defender told the US president. The defender even took care to accompany his two-star tweet, representing the number of world trophies won by the tricolor. A way certainly for the 25-year-old to insinuate that “only the great nations can be flocked two stars on their jerseys”
Rest after a sprained left knee followed by a miniscale injury, the former left side of the As Monaco, has time to respond to messages on social networks. Moreover, he is known to be very active on these community platforms.
Another tricolor sportsman to have reacted to the messages of Trump: Kevin Mayer. The vice-Olympic champion, who broke the world decathlon record in September, posted a photo of him in front of the sign of the new brand while reassuring the US president: “It is working dear Donald. “
— Kevin MAYER Décathlon (@mayer_decathlon) November 14, 2018