He was thus led to separate himself from the Jacobins and to join the feuillant party.
The King chose his ministry from the feuillant Club, notoriously counter-revolutionary.
It was the first act of hostility and defiance, and it showed that the king was parting with his feuillant friends.
The feuillant ministry fell with the King, and an executive council composed of radicals took its place.
He could count on the feuillant majority, on the ministry composed of his partisans, on his popularity with the National Guard.
But the Assembly was not feuillant, and the veto began its estrangement from the king.
By fortune and valour, she has extinguished feuillantism itself, at least the feuillant Club.