paris - With American President Donald Trump as a guest, France celebrated his national holiday on Friday. Trump followed Friday's side of the French head of state Emmanuel Macron the traditional military parade on the Champs Elysées. Immediately after the start, fighter planes flew across the boulevard of Paris.
The reason for Trump's visit is the commemoration of the US World War I campaign exactly 100 years ago. The Americans then fought with Germany against France. At the parade more than 3700 soldiers and more than two hundred vehicles participated. American soldiers also marched, five of them in uniforms from the First World War.
Trump arrived in France on Thursday.