Not among them: Trump, a day after he riled up his critics by canceling a visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery in France, the final resting place of almost 2,000 USA soldiers killed in the World War I battle of Belleau Wood.
The White House cited weather conditions that grounded the president's helicopter for the cancellation.
However, he had particular fun with the president's failure to attend the 100th anniversary ceremony for Armistice Day, which marked the end of World War I. In his opening monologue on The Late Show, Colbert did not seem surprised.
Also known as the Belleau Wood cemetery, the site is home to the graves of 2,289 American war dead and 1,060 names of the missing.
"President Trump did not want to cause that kind of unexpected disruption to the city and its people", press secretary Sarah Sanders said, noting the trip was 60 miles (96km) north-east of Paris.
Trump, who was in Paris to attend a ceremony marking 100 years since the end of the war, also praised the courage of the French and other Allied troops killed in "one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history".
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"(Their attendance) has been cancelled due to scheduling and logistical difficulties caused by the weather", the White House said in a statement, adding that a delegation lead by Chief of Staff John Kelly went instead.
On Saturday, he skipped a scheduled tour of a military cemetery for Americans, while other world leaders publicly paid homage to those who died on the battlefield.
Addressing one veteran, he joked: "You look so comfortable up there under shelter as we're getting drenched".
Adding to a growing wave of derision, a United Kingdom minister of defense expressed his critique of Trump's decision to avoid a key commemorative event on Saturday due to the rain.
Macron specifically referred to the "selfishness of nations only looking after their own interests" in remarks at an Armistice Day event in Paris that Trump and other world leaders attended.
The last minute cancellation prompted widespread criticism on social media and from some officials in Britain and the United States that Trump had "dishonored" USA servicemen.