President Trump Seems Unimpressed By French Band's Daft Punk Medley

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Melania Trump Presidents Donald Trump Emmanuel Macron and Brigitte Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron hosted President Trump in Paris for the country's Bastille Day celebrations.

Yes, it's as tragic as it sounds.

As the band transitioned between popular songs, including "One More Time", "Get Lucky", and "Harder Better Faster Stronger", Trump appeared bored and unimpressed while Macron seemed completely and utterly delighted.

You don't need to travel around the world to know that France's Bastille Day is a time to celebrate (we're sorry).

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A recent post on Pitchfork brought this delightfully horn-heavy marching band medley to our attention and we have to admit that it kind of makes us want entire Daft Punk albums performed in this manner.

The French electronic duo may not necessarily mesh with Trump's tastes, as some of his favorite artists that the president has mentioned in the past include Peggy Lee, Neil Young, Frank Sinatra, and Tony Bennett.

In Trump's defense, he probably isn't too familiar with Daft Punk's music because he only keeps the tunes of his rocker pals Kid Rock and Ted Nugent on repeat.

The two members of Daft Punk, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, are known for always wearing costumes, including being dressed as robots and often collaborate with other artists.

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