In swift response of the diplomatic attack by US President Donald Trump toward his French counterpart, French Government whipped back Wednesday, blaming Trump for lacking “common decency” spouting recrimination on the same day the country was organized commemoration ceremony for the victims of the crucial terrorist attack in 2015.
The representative of French Government, Benjamin Griveaux responded about the diplomatic attack one day after Trump released a string of Twitter attacks on French President Emmanuel Macron.
According to the French media French spokesperson Griveaux said, “Yesterday was November 13. We were commemorating the murder of 130 of our people”.
In his Tuesday tweet, US President personally pinched Emmanuel Macron who had researched favour previously from Washington.
Trump tweeted, The problem is that Emmanuel suffers from a very low Approval Rating in France, 26%, and an unemployment rate of almost 10%”, endeavouring to explain t6he remarks of Macron.
On Tuesday, after flying home from two-day tour to France, Trump posted multiple diplomatic comments in his Twitter account with an extreme attack on Emmanuel Macron based on the French exposure in both of world war and the country.
Actually, US President was responding to the addressing of Macron made in Paris where French President was commemorating 100 anniversary of 1918 World War I. French President directly condemned nationalism as the “exact opposite of patriotism”. The remarkable addressing had been supposed by many as a direct challenge to the US President who publicly recognized himself as a nationalist.
Trump noted, “ By the way, there is no country more Nationalist than France, very proud people-and rightfully so!……..”.