A day-long UK-EU summit was held to underline the close relationship between the two countries after earlier news of a £45m British boost to border security in Calais.
Macron leaves the door open for Britain to rejoin the EU.
The French President suggested there is "always a risk" with votes such as Britain's 2016 referendum, when asking the public "just "yes" or "no" in a very complicated context".
French President Emmanuel Macron and Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May review an honour guard at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, west of London on January 18, 2018. Probably in a similar context.
The French President Emmanuel Macron has said it will be possible for the United Kingdom to have a "special, bespoke" deal with the European Union after Brexit.
Offering his interpretation of Britain's vote to leave the EU, Mr Macron said: "My understanding is that middle-classes and working-classes - and especially the oldest in your country - decided that the recent decades were not in their favour".
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Macron added that Trump was "not a classical politician" and was "elected by his humoring people".
Asked whether France would seek to "punish" Britain, by insisting financial services should not be included in a UK-EU trade deal after Brexit, Macron said, "I'm not here to punish or reward".
Mr Macron said specifically that allowing the UK's financial services sector access was "not feasible" if the United Kingdom did not accept the obligations. She has, however, noted that a comprehensive trade deal covering goods and services is in the interest of both the United Kingdom and EU.
Shortly before being elected to the presidency previous year, in which he came head-to-head with eurosceptic far-right campaigner Marine Le Pen, Mr Macron told how people in France were impatient and so angry that the "dysfunction" of the European Union was "not sustainable".
He added that "we may be looking in a generation's time at an EU that is also configured differently from what it is today, and the exact nature of the relationship between the United Kingdom and that future system - whatever it turns out to be - of European cooperation is something that future parliaments, future generations, will have to consider", he said.