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French journalists slammed for non-stop Selfies

by FFE EU News Staff

 

A number of French journalists made headlines in France early this week after breaching selfie etiquette at the White House.

 

Newspapers and mocking Twitter users have branded these journalist ‘schoolchildren on a field trip’ after they annoyed White House staff with their endless selfies around the official residence and workplace of America’s president. The journalists couldn’t resist the temptation to capture selfies, a self-portrait photo using smartphone cameras, to document their brief visit to America’s most iconic home.

 

Did the journalists’ behaviour get out of hand? You be the judge:

 

French journalists slammed for non-stop Selfies

Thomas Wieder of Le Monde captures a selfie at the Oval Office with French President Hollande and American President Obama in the background

 

French journalists slammed for non-stop Selfies

Wieder quips he can now change jobs and be White House’ spokesman

 

French journalists slammed for non-stop Selfies

Valerie Nataf of TF1 takes a ‘refrigerated selfie’ outside the White House

 

French journalists slammed for non-stop Selfies

Apolline De Malherbe of BFMTV takes a selfie at the briefing room podium

 

French journalist and White House correspondent for Canal+ Laurence Haim meanwhile wasn’t happy with the behaviour of her colleagues and tweeted:

 

French journalists slammed for non-stop Selfies

‘White House advisors do not appreciate all the selfies being taken by French journalists in the Oval Office, “It’s not the done thing.”’

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