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Bastille Day march-past closes Trump’s Paris visit

PARIS (Reuters) – President Donald Trump watched U.S. and French soldiers march together through the Paris sunshine on Friday in a double celebration marking 100 years since the United States entered World War One and France's annual Bastille Day holiday. Original Article

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