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Mia Khalifa has shared a video of herself cracking up at French president Emmanuel Macron being slapped in the face during an official visit.
The former Pornhub star couldn't control her laughter as she shared her finger-wagging clip to her 24.3 million Instagram followers.
Speaking close to her phone, she said: "That Emmanuel Macron slap is this generation's version of the George Bush shoe and if you know you know."
The short Instagram Stories clip posted on Tuesday contained the words: "The coloniser slap heard 'round the world."
The clip of Mr Macron being slapped in the face on an official visit to the south-east of France has gone viral.
He was seen walking up to a barrier on a trip to Tain-l'Hermitage outside the city of Valence.
A man in a green T-shirt slaps Mr Macron in the face before officers quickly move in. The president, meanwhile, is pulled away.
Two men have been arrested following the incident, French media report.
President Macron later called it an "isolated event", telling French newspaper Le Dauphiné.: "We must not let ultra-violent people take over the public debate: they do not deserve it."
The man reportedly shouted "Down with Macron-ism" as he slapped the president.
He also was heard saying "Montjoie, Saint-Denis" – the battle-cry of the old Kingdom of France, in reference to the banner of King Charlemagne.
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In the video Mr Macron briefly returned to the barrier after the incident and once again interacted with the crowd.
"I continued and I will continue," he later told Le Dauphiné.
"Nothing will stop me."
- Mia Khalifa
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