President Donald Trump on Thursday delivered a speech marking the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion at Normandy -- after squeezing in an interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham.
The ceremony was delayed while the U.S. president spoke with Ingraham, who had complained about Democrats using children as "pathetic political props" during a broadcast the previous evening from the cemetery at Normandy.
TV cameras spotted Trump talking to Ingraham 14 minutes after the ceremony was scheduled to begin, and an announcement was made pushing back the start time as thousands waited.
French television cameras spotted President Trump sitting down with Fox’s Laura Ingraham - fourteen minutes *after… https://t.co/b6LwUt4VXi— Hallie Jackson (@Hallie Jackson)1559816157.0
President Trump began his day in Normandy sitting for an interview with Laura Ingraham on Fox (pic from Host TV): https://t.co/9RXZiEp57B— Kevin Liptak (@Kevin Liptak)1559813443.0
POTUS and FLOTUS have arrived at Normandy American Cemetery - and are sitting down for a Fox News interview with La… https://t.co/Zbkj52Dc32— Francesca Chambers (@Francesca Chambers)1559811883.0
Tonight’s Laura Ingraham show from Normandy, France reminds us why those boys made the ultimate sacrifice. https://t.co/BU3gE4FRF8— Ben Schwartz (@Ben Schwartz)1559792496.0