Trump's visit to Paris on Bastille Day

US President Donald Trump is on his first state visit to France after being invited by the French President Emmanuel Macron. While the two have conflicting stances on climate change and refugees, France is famous for being America's oldest ally. So can the two move pass their own grudges and reforge the friendship across the Atlantic? Wang Yiwei, director of the Institute of International Affairs at Renmin University of China, David Woodard, a Clemson University political science professor and Republican consultant, Barthelemy Courmont, a senior research fellow at the French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs and Henning Riecke, head of the Transatlantic Relations Program at the German Council on Foreign Relations, weigh in on the tense friendship.

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