Macron squirms as he claims video mocking was STOLEN – 'not supposed to ...

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FRENCH PRESIDENT Emmanuel Macron has spoken out on the video that showed Canadian leader mocking Donald over a 40-minute impromptu speech.

PUBLISHED: 15:58, Wed, Dec 4, 2019 | UPDATED: 16:16, Wed, Dec 4, 2019

The video from last night’s NATO reception at Buckingham Palace showed a small group of leaders, attended by Mr Johnson, Mr Trudeau, Mr Macron and even Princess Anne, appearing to chat behind President ’s back. The clip shows the group mocking an unknown politician for delivering a 40-minute impromptu speech. But Mr Macron has spoken out about the video and said the conversation “wasn’t supposed to be filmed”.

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Antonello Guerrera, a journalist from La Repubblica, has translated a comment made by the French President in relation to the leaked video.

He said: "I am not going to comment on STOLEN videos, that video wasn't supposed to be filmed in that room.”

In the clip, the leaders are believed to be discussing

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