French military band performs awesome Daft Punk medley for Trump and Macron

Virginia Carter
July 15, 2017

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.

President Donald Trump joined French President Emmanuel Macron for a Bastille Day Parade in Paris earlier today where a military brass band broke with tradition and performed a medley of Draft Punk music.

The commander-in-chief's reaction immediately went viral on social media. The French army band chose to use their performance slot to commemorate another hometown treasure aka Daft Punk.

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Well, now we can add electronic music to the seemingly endless list of things that Trump has no knowledge of. But so far, Americans don't know much about which tunes Trump likes. While Macron clearly loved the little tribute to France's most famous musicians, Donald seemed to not quite pick up on what was going on. He's also said his favorite song is a 1969 hit by Peggy Lee Called "Is That All There Is?" which Genius described as a list of "successive disillusionments with life, punctuated by a proto-YOLO chorus". Either way, he probably likes Daft Punk more than press secretary Sean Spicer does.

Nevertheless, the least he could have done was cracked a smile or two. That's right. He called them "Daft Funk".

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