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Here Are The Weirdest 12 Quotes From Trump's New York Times Interview
It's true, though. Macron does love holding Trump's hand.
4.And then Trump praised Macron some more, but came back again to the whole handshake thing.
5.Speaking of handshakes, Trump also reminisced about that time he failed to shake the hand of German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the Oval Office for the cameras. He said he never heard the photographers asking for a handshake.
7.Now, we know Trump loves a crowd, but he thinks the crowd that gathered outside the Eiffel Tower when he dined there was maybe the largest ever such gathering.
Here's a photo of people gathered under the Eiffel Tower that evening during the dinner:
This wasn't the first time he'd inspired people to gather under the Eiffel Tower, though. This is from Nov. 19, 2016, shortly after Trump won the election.
And this is Paris during the Women's March in January, the day after his inauguration.
8.Trump also spoke about Napoleon and Hitler and how cold it is in Russia and then, for some reason, about how great the economy is doing...
9.Trump reminisced about sitting next to the Japanese prime minister's wife, who he said doesn't speak a word of English, at a dinner during the G20.
FYI, Madame Akie Abe, the first lady of Japan, normally gives public presentations in Japanese, but she's given at least one speech in English (although it's not immediately clear how much she speaks).
10.Trump was busy talking about the firing of James Comey when a little tiny visitor appeared in the Oval Office.