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    French President Emmanuel Macron made a surprising comparison when shedding light on his phone conversation with Donald Trump.

    Sausage Policymaking

    When asked about his phone talks with Trump, Macron borrowed a quote from the famous 19th-century Prussian statesman, Otto von Bismarck.

    "As Bismarck used to say, if we explained to people how sausages were made, it’s unlikely they’d keep eating them. So, I like it when people see the finished meal, but I’m not convinced the kitchen commentary helps with delivering the meal or eating it."

    READ MORE: Macron Says Phone Call With Trump is Like Sausage-Making, Makes Twitter Giggle

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