President Donald Trump's abrupt decision to pull U.S. troops out of Northern Syria earlier this year paved the way for Turkish fighters to invade the region, resulting in the deaths of U.S.-backed Kurdish soldiers and the escape of numerous imprisoned ISIS fighters.

The possible resurgence of ISIS came up today in a bilateral discussion between Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron at a NATO summit in London on Tuesday.

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President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron shared an awkward handshake this past weekend to close out the G7 summit in France.

Trump often uses handshakes as an expression of dominance—squeezing the recipient's hand, jerking it around, and refusing to let go. The result, rather than an assertion of power, often just results in awkwardness for nearly everyone but the president himself.

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Brazillian President Jair Bolsonaro refused to accept $22 million worth of aid from G7 countries to extinguish the fires raging through the Amazon rainforest, which supplies a wealth of the world's most vital resources.

Bolsonaro then signaled that he would consider accepting the aid when French President Emmanuel Macron apologizes.

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People were disturbed when President Donald Trump, at the G7 summit in France, called for next year's summit in the United States to be held in Miami, Florida—at his resort.

Citing the accommodations and its proximity to the airport, Trump suggested multiple times that the summit, which costs hundreds of millions of dollars, occur at the Trump National Doral Miami. This would be a clear violation of the Emoluments clause, which forbids a President from using his platform for profit.

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A lot can go wrong during a live broadcast. Fox News was reminded of this when they cut to a reporter inside a sports bar in Lyon, France after the United States national women's team won a record fourth World Cup.

The reporter Greg Palkot barely gets a chance to say where he is when the crowd behind him begins a chant. But instead of "USA" or another form of traditional support for the winning team, the crowd chose something quite different.

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WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 11: U.S. President Donald Trump speaks about border security with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Vice President Mike Pence in the Oval Office on December 11, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Following a terrorist attack in France, President Donald Trump on Wednesday called on Democrats to focus on border security. Neither has anything to do with the other.

"Another very bad terror attack in France," Trump tweeted. "We are going to strengthen our borders even more. Chuck and Nancy must give us the votes to get additional Border Security!"

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President of France Emmanuel Macron and U.S. President Donald Trump talk during the family photo on the opening day of Argentina G20 Leaders' Summit 2018 at Costa Salguero on November 30, 2018 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Photo by Daniel Jayo/Getty Images)

As news and images of the riots in France made the world's airwaves, many reacted to what they saw. People speculated on what the riots were really about.

Was it the fuel tax hike that had been canceled? Or was that merely a tipping point for the "yellow vest" protesters?

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