Trump, Macron discuss European security at Paris meeting
During President Donald Trump's trip to Paris to participate in World War I commemoration ceremonies, he and French President Emmanuel Macron held a bilateral meeting to discuss European security after Macron previously stated that Europe should rely less on the United States.
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