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

France is a country, so to celebrate its national holiday, Bastille Day, it puts on a huge military parade.

The French have always been patriotic when it comes to music, and this year they chose to celebrate Bastille Day by having the French Army perform a medley of hits by electronic duo - and national heroes - Daft Punk, including the number one classic "Get Lucky".

At one point, the French Army's marching band took center stage, and instead of playing more traditional songs, performed an upbeat medley of Daft Punk's biggest hits, peaking with "Get Lucky". During the band's outstanding performance, Trump appeared less than entertained. In a video from The Guardian, you can see Macron recognize the melody, and slowly his smile turns into a modest head nod for "Digital Love", which is also my guaranteed-to-get-me-to-the-dancefloor jam.

Daft Punk, of course, is the French duo known for catchy tracks and shiny, anonymizing helmets who've broken into U.S. Billboard charts with hits like "One More Time".

Another said: "Do you think this visit was actually just so Macron could troll Trump and subliminally call him a "Daft Punk"?".

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