UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron cast himself as the antithesis of Donald Trump at the United Nations on Tuesday, a position that could enable him to play the honest broker in international conflicts.
French President Emmanuel Macron stood firm Tuesday that landmark agreements on Iran and climate change would not change as he gently nudged Donald Trump to return to the fold. Macron, like Trump appearing for the first time at the annual...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday he continued to talk to U.S. leader Donald Trump about re-entering the Paris climate pact but that there was no scope for a renegotiation of the existing terms.
At a meeting with President Emmanuel Macron of France at the United Nations, Mr. Trump said he got the idea after watching the Bastille Day parade.
U.S. President Donald Trump and French leader Emmanuel Macron are expected to take the spotlight at the annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations — but discussions will … Click to Continue »
President Trump's trip to France for the country's Bastille Day parade in July left a big impression. So big, in fact, that he wants to replicate the experience back home. As Trump met with French President Emmanuel Macron, Trump gushed about seeing France's military might on display in the streets of Paris during his visit. […]
President Trump said France’s Bastille Day celebration that he attended in July with French President Emmanuel Macron was such a “beautiful thing to see” that he’s thinking of holding a similar parade in Washington as a salute to the US [...]
French presidents always find their power tested in the streets.
Many of the messages were reportedly 'unflattering'
Trump arrived the U.N. at 9:50 a.m. before meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and French President Emmanuel Macron.
France's top diplomat warned against withdrawal from global engagement “out of fear or selfishness,” and said French President Emmanuel Macron will try to persuade President Trump to remain a party to the international nuclear deal with Iran when the two leaders meet later Monday. France will also renew the case for Trump to reconsider his […]
PARIS (Reuters) - President Emmanuel Macron may have won the first round of his battle to overhaul France's economy, but the coming 10 days promise to bring far more protests and unrest to the streets as labor unions and the political left step up their opposition.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday urged the lifting of a Saudi-led embargo on Qatar in effect since June.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday urged the lifting of a Saudi-led embargo on Qatar in effect since June. Macron is calling for "the embargo measures affecting the people of Qatar, in particular families and students, to beShow More Summary
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron agreed in a phone call on Friday that resuming direct talks with North Korea was the only way to resolve tensions over its nuclear programme, the Kremlin said. Show More Summary
PARIS (Reuters) - President Emmanuel Macron invited cameras into his Elysee Palace office on Friday as he signed into law new legislation, making him the first French president to wield his constitutional power in public view.
French Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer has touched off a public debate about banning phones in schools as he seeks to implement a campaign pledge by President Emmanuel Macron. In an interview with Express magazine, the minister suggested that pupils might be asked to deposit their phones in secure boxes when arriving at school or for classes. Show More Summary
The French government will press ahead with President Emmanuel Macron's flagship labour reforms despite the first mass protests against his pro-business agenda, a leading minister said Wednesday. "It stems from a campaign promise made...Show More Summary
The French government has admitted there was "a certain level of mobilisation" on Tuesday's strikes and demonstrations against President Emmanuel Macron's labour reform but vowed to press on with the changes, which are due to be passed by the cabinet on 22 September.