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CNN Anchor Confuses French National Anthem for Star Spangled Banner

While covering President Donald Trump’s trip to France to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron Thursday, CNN anchor Poppy Harlow confused The Star Spangled Banner with the French national anthem.

After the two world leaders greeted each other, they stood as the band played the United States national anthem.

Harlow, who while Trump and Macron greeted each other live had been talking about the U.S.-France relationship and the role it plays in the fight against ISIS, directed viewers to listen to the band.

“Let’s just listen in to the French national anthem for just a moment,” she said, confusing “The Star Spangled Banner” for the French national anthem.

A few seconds after Harlow’s error, whispers can be heard in the background. It was presumably a producer notifying Harlow of the error, after which she corrected herself.

“The US — American national anthem I should say,” Harlow said. “Let’s listen.”

Trump stood for the anthem with his hand placed over his heart while Macro stood with his hands at his sides as the two world leaders came together for Bastille Day in France, which is celebrated Friday.

Trump and Macron pledged support for one another regarding a range of issues, particularly counterterrorism.

Trump noted that Thursday — the eve of Bastille Day —  came just one day prior to the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attack in Nice, France.

“We all remember that, how horrible that was,” Trump said, focusing on his agenda to fight “enemies of humanity,” and praising Macron for supporting the fight against terrorism.

“I applaud President Macron for his courageous call for less bureaucracy and a Europe that protects its citizens,” Trump said.

Macron shared Trump’s desire to “work together.”

“We underlined a number of shared convictions and, most important, the joint roadmap in order to work together,” Macron said.

“When it comes to fighting terrorism, from day one, I can say we’ve seen eye-to-eye,” the French leader added.