Unreal! On Anniversary Of Pearl Harbor, French Ambassador Says Something Awful About The US

Today – “a date which will live in infamy” – as former President Franklin D. Roosevelt described it, is the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.

On this anniversary of the horrific and surprising attack, French Ambassador to the U.S. Gérard Araud tweeted a series of negative comments about the United States.

He argued the U.S. was not doing enough to support its European allies during the time of the attack.

Araud initially tweeted, “In this Pearl Harbor day, we should remember that the US refused to side with France and UK to confront the fascist powers in the 30s.”

He quickly deleted the post, but continued his condemnation of America.

Araud responded:

He also said, “UK, France and US committed awful mistakes in the 30s. Because of its geography, France was the first to pay for them.”

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The French ambassador later clarified, “We are immensely grateful for what the US did for France in 1944 but it is a fact that US, France and UK commited mistakes in the 30s.”

Today, of all days? Really?