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He was introduced afterward to their French counterparts, shaking their hands as Macron gave him their names.
The presidents reunited with their wives when the ceremony concluded to pay their respects to Napoleon, the emperor seen as the founder of modern France - although he was defeated in 1815 at Waterloo - and Marshal Foch, the French general who was the supreme allied commander in World War I.
This example of his father left an indelible impression on the young Karol.
His earthly Father had a deep and intimate relationship to God the Father and transmitted this to his son.
'Let's listen.'Trump and first lady Melania are in France for the start of a carefully-choreographed trip which will see the couple fine with President Macron and his wife Brigitte at the Eiffel tower this evening, before celebrating Bastille Day together tomorrow/Trump and Macron had been welcomed by a military band during a ceremony that preceded a tour of the military museum.What then are goals that every man who is called to the marriage vocation should aim to attain so that indeed he can live out what is true “fatherhood” in a world of “drop-out dads”, negligent fathers, and overly timid men?First, to be a good father he should first be a good “Son of God the Father”.The nation's leaders shook hands and then the men stood as a band played the United States' national anthem, when Harlow paused her commentary to say: 'Let's just listen in to the French National Anthem for just a moment'The two presidents walked out together solemnly into an open square, where they listened to both countries' national anthems, then made their way toward the Cathedral of Saint-Louis des Invalides.
Trump put his hand on his heart as the Star Spangled Banner played. First Lady Brigitte Macron of France and First Lady of the United States Melania Trump looked on from the steps of the cathedral as their husbands stopped to observe the building's architecture.
He lost his mother at 9 years of age and then spent much of his time with his father; they even shared the same bedroom at night.