'We have to make him perfect': Trump brushed dandruff off Macron's shoulder as their bromance continues to blossom
- In a joint press briefing at the White House on Tuesday morning, President Donald Trump brushed dandruff off of French President Emmanuel Macron's shoulder.
- Macron is visiting the United States as Trump's first official state visit guest.
The bromance between President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron continues to grow.
In a joint press briefing at the White House on Tuesday morning, Trump brushed some dandruff off of Macron's shoulder.
"It's a great honor, a great honor to be here," Trump said. "We do have a very special relationship. In fact, I'll get that little piece of dandruff off — little piece. We have to make him perfect. He is perfect."
This is Macron's first official state visit to the United States since being elected president of France last year. It's also Trump's first state visit as president.
More on Macron's visit to the U.S.:
Macron and his wife, Brigitte, arrived in Washington, D.C. on Monday and joined Trump and first lady Melania Trump for dinner at Mount Vernon on Monday night.
On Tuesday night, the two couples will attend a lavish state dinner at the White House.
Watch video of the moment below:
- Trump glares at reporter who asks if he will pardon Michael Cohen: 'Stupid question'
- Macron and Trump's bromance is big, but experts warn it might not be enough to get things done
- Meet French first lady Brigitte Macron: President Emmanuel Macron's former schoolteacher turned wife who's visiting the Trumps with him