The source of that, an article at the Times Online, says that Nicolas Sarkozy was critical of Barack Obama's performance at the G20, specifically in relation to his stance regarding Turkey:
Mr Obama was meekly yielding to Turkey's refusal to endorse Anders Fogh Rasmussen as the alliance's new Secretary-General. It took pressure from Mr Sarkozy and Chancellor Merkel of Germany to stiffen him up and change his mind, say the French.
France and Germany working together against the Americans? That hasn't happened to this degree since the July 1940 to August 1944 time frame.
But is it really the Americans they are against? Or just this intern that occupies the Oval Office?
I'm actually going to enjoy this.
No, not another country criticizing the president of the United States. That's the job of right-wing extremists like me.
What I'm going to enjoy is watching my liberal friends (yes, I have a couple) and acquaintances try to sort this out.
They absolutely love Europe. And they love the French most of all the western European countries.
They also love Obama.
I'm going to watch the liberals' heads explode as they try to figure out what to do.
I hope I get pictures.