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“Land of Shit”: France’s Emmanuel Macron Condemns Trump’s Remarks

Emmanuel Macron condemned on Sunday the words of Donald Trump, who described African nations and Haiti as “shitty country”.

Do you share the anger that the expression has provoked? ”  Of course, this is not a word you can use, ” said the French president in an interview with the BBC broadcast Sunday.

YEARENDER 2017 JULY French President Emmanuel Macron (L) talks to US President Donald J. Trump (R) while attending the traditional military parade as part of the Bastille Day celebrations in Paris, France, 14 July 2017. The Bastille Day, the French National Day, is held annually to commemorate the storming of the Bastille fortress in 1789. EPA / IAN LANGSDON

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”  I think a lot of our problems in the Middle East and Africa are due to a lot of frustration, a lot of past humiliation and we have to understand that and I really believe, that we have to respect all countries. That’s what we owe them and it’s much more efficient . ”

”  It’s not a classic politician, ” Emmanuel Macron said of the US president, who is celebrating the first anniversary of his presidency this weekend.

A “very good relationship” despite disagreements

”  We have a very good relationship “. ”  I want to work with him and we have built a strong relationship ,” he said, adding that both of them ”  disagree on many issues “.

”  I call him very regularly, I am always extremely direct and frank, ” said Emmanuel Macron, explaining: ”  sometimes, I manage to convince him, sometimes I fail .”

He described the prolific and controversial tweets of the US president as “a  mixture of personal and political reactions “. ”  I think it’s not feasible when you’re president of a Republic like the United States  .”

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