Reebok's Simple Chart Mocks Donald Trump's Comment About Brigitte Macron's 'Shape'


In things no one wants to hear from the POTUS is "you're in such good shape... beautiful", a comment the Commander-in-Chief made last week to Brigitte Macron, the wife of French President Emmanuel Macron.

Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop was asked on ABC TV's Insiders today how she would react if Trump told her she was in "such good shape".

Results of a recently released Politico/Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health survey show that almost half of voters who intend to support Democrats in the 2018 midterms say Trump's plan to pull out of the climate change agreement is "extremely important" in their choice, Axios reported Saturday.

"I think Donald Trump left having a better image of France than upon his arrival", Macron is quoted as saying. Don't talk about a woman's body when you meet her for the first time. The infographic has mentioned situations where women are often harassed like in an elevator, standing in a queue for a cup of coffee, or working out at the gym.

Macron said on Thursday that he would not tolerate public dissent from the military after General Pierre de Villiers reportedly told a parliament committee he would not let the government "fuck with" him on spending cuts. "Beautiful", Trump proclaimed as Brigitte Macron was seen inching closer to Melania Trump. It was an early indication that the new French leader sees himself not as a mere G7 head of state, but as a transformational figure with a historic mission to make France matter again.

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The Trump-Macron handshake battle began right at their first meeting when both leaders engaged in a fierce white-knuckle squeeze.

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"The Donald and I, we are winning and winning and winning in the polls".

The reporters erupted with laughter, and Turnbull later went on national radio where he dismissed the incident as innocent humor, adding that "the butt of my jokes was myself".