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20 September 2017, 12:56 | Floyd Cook
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Macron chuckled as Trump recalled the "beautiful thing" he witnessed in Paris, saying one of his "early calls" when he returned to the White House was for creating a US-version. "[This] is good news for you 'cause we're friends", said Trump to the French president.
"It was military might, and I think a tremendous thing for France, for the spirit of France, and people don't know what great warriors they are in France", Trump said, adding that he would like to showcase America's military might in a similar fashion.
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Trump was very open to considering a number of different options as long as they were fair to America's interests, which include promoting the economy and protecting the environment, the official said. The occasion also marked the 100th anniversary of the US entrance into World War I.
"We'll see if we can do it this year, but we certainly will be beginning to do that", he said on Monday, adding that he had spoken to his chief of Staff, John F. Kelly, and others about getting the planning process underway.
The president, who has recruited three current and retired generals for his senior leadership team, also noted that the USA spends $700 billion on the military. And he told reporters he is looking into the possibility of having a parade down the streets of Washington on Independence Day to show the United States' "military strength".
President Trump has been keen for some time to establish more gaudy public displays of American military might, having pushed for military vehicles to participate in his inauguration.
"What will happen in the future?"
"That military may come marching down Pennsylvania Avenue".
It is unclear whether or not Trump's July 4 military parade would be an annual event.
One thing Trump may want to consider: the damage a tank could do to the asphalt as it rolls down Pennsylvania Avenue.
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