Thursday, 24 Jan 2019

An oak tree that planted by French President and Donald Trump was disappeared from the White House lawn


French President  and Donald TrumpFrench President and Donald Trump -  On April 29, 2018, it was reported an oak that planted on Monday 23 April 2018 by French President Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump during an official visit to France was disappeared from the White House lawn.

The journal of Daily Mail confirming the message about the lost of the tree with footage made on Sunday, April 29, 2018.

Now, the place of oak tree from French only grows ordinary grass. But, the White House has not commented on the loss of the tree.

That Oak tree was brought as a gift from Bello forest, a famous forest in France, where in June 1918 the first major battle occured with the participation of American soldiers in the First World War (Battle of Bello Wood). The war killed nine thousand marines.

Macron notes that the tree serves as a reminder of the deep relationship between France and the United States.

Earlier, during a meeting with his counterpart from French, Trump told that he has a special close relationship with Macron.

 "It's a great honor to r eceived you here ... I'll help you, even to eliminate a bit of dandruff from you," the US president said.

Now the oak that planted by Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron on the White House lawn are excavated and placed in phytosanitary quarantine controls.

This decision was made because of the norms that exist in the US, for every seed import, seed and soil should be placed in quarantine place. 


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