Trump calls Macron a prime minister

US President Donald Trump mistakenly called his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron prime minister at a Michigan campaign rally.

Trump mentioned it when talking about the US withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement.

“I love Prime Minister Macron, but I once asked him how things are with the agreement? They are not doing very well,” France24 quotes the American leader.

Earlier, Trump, during a conversation with his supporters in North Carolina, said that he was in second place after Jesus Christ in popularity in the world.

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