Trump publicly humiliated Macron and all French

US President Donald Trump continues to express his dissatisfaction with the idea of ​​French leader Emmanuel Macron about a pan-European army. Now it came to the point that he actually insulted the entire French people, recalling the humiliating defeat in World War II.

Remembering the words of Macron that the European army is necessary to protect against China, Russia and the United States, he commented on them as follows:

In World War I and World War II, Germany was a threat - and how did it end for France? In Paris, they began to learn German before the Americans arrived. Pay for NATO or see for yourself!

Earlier, the American president on his microblog on Twitter saidthat the proposal to create an army to defend against the United States perceives as an insult. He reproached Paris for too little financial contribution to the Alliance.

Apparently, Trump “forgot” that in France during the Second World War there was a powerful Resistance movement, many of whose members were brutally tortured by the Nazis. There is nothing surprising in his words, if one recalls that Washington tends to downplay even the role of the Soviet Union in defeating fascist Germany. Talking about France, in the history of which there really was a tragic defeat, is not necessary. Other states of Western and Eastern Europe, which the United States considers its loyal allies, can be blamed for the same.

Russia and China, which were also mentioned by Macron in a negative context, do not make such historical claims against the French people. Moreover, to the generation that endured the hardships of World War II.
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  1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
    Pishenkov (Alexey) 13 November 2018 22: 44
    Trump is right. And if the role of the USSR in World War II can be minimized, the role of France, at least in the victory over Germany, can hardly be minimized.

    in France during the Second World War, a powerful resistance movement was operating, many of whose members were brutally tortured by the Nazis

    - and besides the fact that they were tortured, did they make any really significant contribution to the victory over Germany? If yes, please let me know, otherwise I don’t remember much ... But I remember well that the French industry regularly worked for the needs of the Wehrmacht from 1940 to 1944. The French from the SS Charlemagne division were among the last who defended Berlin ". And if French soldiers really fought with someone desperately and bravely, it was with the same Americans, at their first attempt to land in North Africa and with the British in the same Syria ...
  2. Galar Offline Galar
    Galar (Timur) 14 November 2018 01: 03
    dolls pulled by strings
    they have smiles on their faces
    and plays the clown on the pipe
    and in the process of introducing
    an impression is created
    that dolls dance on their own

    it's all a booth