President Trump Seems Unimpressed By French Band's Daft Punk Medley — Watch

Vanessa Beaulieu
Juillet 15, 2017

And, no matter what your politics are, many feel Donald Trump doesn't engage with the world with the same kind of zeal. We know he's heard music-"instrumental sounds combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion"-but does he choose to listen to it on his own?"

President Donald Trump joined French President Emmanuel Macron for a Bastille Day Parade in Paris earlier today where a military brass band broke with tradition and performed a medley of Draft Punk music. "Macron looked like he was having the time of his life", Mashable reports.

People were quick to react on Twitter.

The military band, looking sharp and correct in uniform, played an excerpt from the electronic duo's 2013 hit Get Lucky as the presidents and first ladies watch from a platform.

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Macron, meanwhile, appears to be the figure of Bastille Day joy - and is seen grinning throughout the performance. The Weeknd Releases 'Sci-Fi' Themed Video for 'I Feel it Coming' Ft.

President Trump on the other hand sat expressionless with a stern look on his face.

Trump mustered up some enthusiastic clapping at the end, and a rather insouciant puff of exhalation that puffed his hair upward. But this full video is very awkward.

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