France put on a dazzling Bastille Day display for President Trump on Friday, an occasion that marked both the founding of French democracy and the centennial of the United States' entry into World War I.
The colorful parade along the French capital’s famous Champs-Élysées avenue included U.S. soldiers marching with their French counterparts.
Dozens of military planes and helicopters flew above as military bands played traditional marches.
One band spelled out the word "NICE" in front of Trump and his host, French President Emmanuel Macron. It was a tribute to the 86 people killed in a truck rampage by an Islamist terrorist one year ago during a Bastille Day celebration along the famed Promenade des Anglais in the French Riviera resort.
"It was a great honor to represent the United States at the magnificent #BastilleDay parade. Congratulations President @EmmanuelMacron #HousePlans!" Trump tweeted.