WATCH: French PM Booed After Telling People To ‘Learn To Live’ With Terrorism

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls was booed this morning as he attended a memorial event for the victims of the Bastille Day attack. Mr Valls was attending a minute’s silence in the city of Nice when the large crowd vented their anger at him, loudly jeering when he appeared alongside other politicians. The reaction comes after he told the French public to “learn to live with terrorism” following the country’s 12th Islamist incident since January 2015. He said on Friday: “Times have changed and we should learn to live with terrorism. We have to show solidarity and collective calm. France has been hit in its soul on the 14 July, our national day. “They wanted to attack the unity of the French nation.” Numerous videos show the crowd loudly booing Mr Valls, with some shouting insults at the Prime Minister and calling for his resignation. Nice : “Démission”, le Premier ministre Manuel Valls hué avant et après la minute de silence à — Infos Françaises (@InfosFrancaises) July 18, 2016 Salopard va! Salopard!! crie un homme à Manuel Valls — jules darmanin (@JulesDrmnn) July 18, 2016 More than 80 people were killed on Thursday night after a lone Islamist