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After Macron Speech, MSNBC Still Sore About 2003's ‘Freedom Fries’

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[See NewsBusters for more.] Talk about not letting something go. Minutes after the French President’s address to Congress on Wednesday, MSNBC sourly reminded Americans of the House’s efforts to rename french fries in 2003. Despite the friendliness of Macron and Trump, NBC Pentagon Correspondent Hans Nichols saw the speech as a “a subtle rebuke from the French president against the president that he spent the last two days embracing.” He then reached back to 2003 and “freedom fries."  

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