Marching band treats Trump to 'Get Lucky' at Bastille Day parade

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A French military band marched in front of the presidents and other dignitaries while playing the French electronic duo's music, including a portion of the hit song "Get Lucky" instead of a typical military march.

We doubt he's even up all night for good fun, but nevertheless, the President of the United States got lucky in France today watching the Bastille Day celebrations. The two were treated to an absolutely awesome Daft Punk medley preformed by The French Military Band.

Having rolled out the red carpet for the US President, Mr Macron was no less gushing in a speech at the end of Friday's procession in the heart of the French capital.

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Watch Trump watch a Daft Punk medley below.

While the occasion is usually a highly ceremonial affair, French president Emmanuel Macron's first July 14 parade took a slightly unconventional turn, as he invited the Army band to perform a jazzy rendition of... Maybe he's more of a deadmau5 guy.

Trump's probably a purist and prefers the more electronics studio version, or perhaps the live performance from Alive 2007.

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