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Trump and Macron disappear from the White House garden

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – The oak seedlings planted by US President Donald Trump and Frenchman Emmanuel Macaron in the White House garden have disappeared and yellowish grass has appeared instead, the Daily Mail reported.

According to the newspaper, the White House has not yet commented on the disappearance of the tree from the garden and the appearance of yellow grass in place.

The French president and his wife Bridget Zara were in Washington on the 250th anniversary of relations between the two countries. They brought with them oak seedlings from the famous Belo Forest, where the first major battle took place in 1918 with the participation of American soldiers in the First World War.

“A hundred years ago, American soldiers fought in France, in Belo, to protect our independence,” said Macaron on his Twitter page. “This block will be a memorial in the heart of the White House on this connection that unites us.”