US President Trump arrives in France on two-day visit

By REUTERS
July 13, 2017 09:53
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PARIS- US President Donald Trump arrived in France on Thursday morning at the Orly airport south of Paris on the start of a two-day visit, a Reuters reporter said.

Trump is in France to take part in Bastille Day celebrations and commemorations of the entry 100 years ago of US troops into World War One.


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