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French President Emmanuel Macron has made clear his ambitions to be remembered as a global statesman who shaped world events.Despite back-slapping and jokes with Trump during his recent trip, however, critics say Macron came back from the White House with little to show for his efforts in terms of having swayed the president.Analysts are likewise skeptical that pleas from Macron and other European leaders will successfully stave off a trade war, despite a temporary EU reprieve from Trump's new steel and aluminum tariffs.Heisbourg described the EU as Macron's "Achilles heel".While the stakes are high for Macron in Europe, Zajac played down the idea that what he is trying to do there is revolutionary.
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