Donald Trump pouts as a French marching band plays Daft Punk

  • Donald Trump pouts as a French marching band plays Daft Punk

Donald Trump pouts as a French marching band plays Daft Punk

The performance has gone down a treat on social media, and President Macron looked like he was absolutely loving it, as no doubt everyone else watching was.

The French electronic duo may not necessarily mesh with Trump's tastes, as some of his favorite artists that the president has mentioned in the past include Peggy Lee, Neil Young, Frank Sinatra, and Tony Bennett.

But then again, most people aren't Donald Trump.

Contrary to his facial expressions, Trump branded the military procession "magnificent", which included a military display of 63 planes, 29 helicopters, 241 horses and 3,720 soldiers march down the Champs-Elysees in Paris.

It was a great party to mark the turning point of the French Revolution.

Macron lights up when he presumably recognizes "Get Lucky", though, and while Trump's face doesn't really change, it does look like he said the word "beautiful" to somebody, so maybe he's not as displeased about it as he looks. They played out the music perfectly while they moved in synchronicity.

Trump, on the other hand, had his arms crossed and appeared unfazed but did clap and offer a whistle at the end of the three-minute performance. While Macron smiled genuinely and nodded in appreciation to his countrymen.