He lamented that the spirit of revenge and humiliation after World War I sparked renewed nationalism that led to World War II.
In part, his warnings seemed aimed at far-right parties that have gained ground across Europe in recent elections, including in France, where the National Front, now renamed the National Rally, has nudged ahead of Macron's En Marche movement in the polls ahead of European Parliament elections next May.
There was no immediate response from either the White House or the Kremlin to Macron's comments. He said this decision was made in consultation with American officials.
The relationship between Trump and Macron has soured as the US President has promoted an "America First" foreign policy that has unsettled allies on trade and defence.
The Deputy Prime Minister said Macron failed to acknowledge all countries and focused more on anti-nationalism. He also spent time with Macron on Saturday, when the two stressed their shared desire for more burden-sharing during a quick availability with reporters.
The French president also called on his fellow leaders to not forget the lessons of the past. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss private conversations.
Some former US officials suggested Trump could have visited the cemetery if he really desired.
Police tackled the woman and the motorcade continued uninterrupted.
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Minutes before the start of the ceremony two topless protesters from the radical feminist group Femen attempted to waylay Trump's motorcade as it rolled up the Champs-Elysees. Trump responded with a wide smile.
The meeting came soon after Donald Trump arrived in Paris and criticized his host via Twitter, calling Macron's support for a European military force "very insulting".
Trump introduced six American veterans of the Second World War and an USA eighth-grader who saved money for two years so he could attend the ceremony to honor the heroes of WWI. The question remains open whether the multilateralists can do that without USA leadership.
"You have to get the real commitment from the political leaders". At a news conference last week, Trump defended his use of the phrase. And you know what? I'm a nationalist. Nationalist.
"The aim of the forum is to show that there are lots of forces in the worldwide system - states, NGOs, foundations, intellectuals, companies - who believe we need a world of rules, an open world and a multilateral world", chief organiser Justin Vaisse told AFP.
Afterwards, he planned to visit and deliver Veterans Day remarks at the Suresnes US cemetery and memorial outside Paris, where more than 1,500 Americans who died during the conflict are buried.
Trump had snubbed the Peace Forum, instead visiting a military cemetery in the Paris suburbs, a day after coming under heavy fire for cancelling a similar trip due to rain.
'An American delegation led by Chief of Staff General John Kelly and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joe Dunford will attend on their behalf'.
The Paris Peace Forum, which started yesterday, brings together leaders from across the world, global organisations, local governments, NGOs and foundations, companies, experts, journalists, trade unions, religious groups and citizens. Afterward he flew back to Washington.
Do we govern ourselves as sovereign nation-states and sovereign citizens or as interdependent global communities of world citizens? At the war's end, the USA had 2 million troops in Europe and another 2 million ready to cross the Atlantic if needed, a force that turned the United States into a major military power whose soldiers then fought and died again for Europe in World War II.