People are freaking out over French President Emmanuel Macron's super hot security
This week President Trump hosted his first state dinner. Although he didn't invite Democrats or the media, he did invite French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte. The couple arrived in Washington, D.C. flanked by their own security personnel, which drew a lot of attention for their chic look.
Typically, security personnel fades into the background, or the men are big, hulking figures. However, these French security guys were pretty hot. Is being attractive part of the requirements to be a security guy in France? There's a pretty big difference between the Secret Service and the French team. While the Secret Service guy has a long, red Donald Trump tie, the French guy has a fashionable skinny tie and pointy toe shoes. Nice.
I mean, just look at the dude with the sunglasses in the photo below. He looks like one of the Men In Black, or a Blues Brother, or like he just stepped out of the Matrix. Are any of the Secret Service guys wearing sunglasses? No. No, they are not. Sunglasses make you cool. Nobody's going to mess with a guy wearing sunglasses.
And it's not just the dudes that are attractive. Check out the secret service lady in the below photograph. She's also got sunglasses, which automatically makes her cool. There's something about her that just gives off Parisian vibes, like she's eating a baguette, while getting painted in Montemarte.
The Secret Service wear black suits - how boring. Sure, black is slimming, but it's also what you wear to a funeral. It is decidedly not stylish. Meanwhile, check out the French security personnel's blue suits. They shouldn't be walking to the White House. They should be strutting down the catwalk at a fashion show.
Sorry, Secret Service agents. You better up your fashion game!
As for the trip, Macron and Trump acted like the best of friends. The late night talk shows had a field day with some of the more awkward moments: Trump wiping dandruff of Macron's shoulder, an epically long handshake, Trump holding Macron's hand and leading him away from reporters. But the two have always had a close relationship - so much so that Macron has been dubbed "The Trump Whisperer" by his European colleagues.
On a serious note, Macron delivered speeches to Congress that were decidedly critical of Trump's international policies. He made the case for the President not to pull out the Iran deal, in which billions of dollars in sanctions relief were offered in exchange for restricting their nuclear program. Also, pushed for the United States to join every other country in the world and return to the Paris Climate Agreement, which takes ambitious efforts to combat climate change. President Trump has harshly condemned both of these agreements in the past, but he is famously unpredictable, so time will tell if Macron was successful in his efforts.
In the meantime, everyone can agree the French secret service personnel were super hot.