U.S. President Donald Trump arrives for Bastille Day celebrations in Paris as Macron's guest of honour. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT. NO REPORTER NARRATION. U.S. President Donald Trump watched American and French soldiers march together through Paris on Friday (July 14) in a double celebration marking 100 years since the United States entered World War One and France's annual Bastille Day holiday. The occasion, also featuring a bi-national fly-past of fighter jets symbolizing present day military cooperation in the Middle East and elsewhere, follows a day of talks with French President Emmanuel Macron, a first ladies' tour of Paris, and a dinner for the four at a restaurant in the Eiffel Tower. The ceremonies bring to an end a visit Macron saw as a boost to France's standing on the world stage - one which could also help a U.S. leader left short of international friends by his stance on free trade and climate change.