French President Emmanuel Macron will offer his American counterpart Donald Trump a young oak plant symbolizing the strength of relations between the two countries, reported Friday Fox News.
This is a "cutt 'an oak from Northern France which, he hopes, will be planted on the grounds of the White House to symbolize the tenacity of this friendship,' said journalist Chris Wallace, who interviewed Mr Macron at the Elysée
In this interview that will broadcast Sunday Fox News Sunday, Emmanuel Macron says "never wonder" if President Trump will complete his mandate, according to an extract unveiled in advance.
"I work with him because we are both at the service of our countries ", justifies, in English, the head of the French State.
M. Macron also refuses to comment on some controversy surrounding Trump, including the investigation into the Russian interference in the 2016 election that weighs on the billionaire's presidency.
"It's not for me to judge or in a way, to explain to your people what your president should be, "says Mr. Macron
Emmanuel Macron starts Monday a three-day state visit to the United States, the United States. during which he will be received with great fanfare by Mr. Trump and will address the Congress.