Trump’s not so much America’s next Ronald Reagan or Barry Goldwater, but her first Marine Le Pen.
It’s not every day Twitter feeds become populated with depictions of famous figures donning yarmulkes, from Vladimir Putin to Brad Pitt, from Marine Le Pen to the Mona Lisa. But a social media campaign using the hashtag #TousAvecUneKippa...Show More Summary
A far-right French politician is suing one of Madonna's ex-boyfriends for nearly $55,000—all because of an unflattering selfie taken on an airplane. Jean-Marie Le Pen—whom the Telegraph labels a "veteran xenophobic firebrand"—is miffed that the now-viral photo of him snoozing away in his airplane seat may...
The man who snapped a sneaky selfie with Jean-Marie Le Pen is being sued by the founder and former leader of the French right-wing National Front over the photo, which he believes contributed to the party’s defeat in regional elections...Show More Summary
A bad selfie can wreak havoc on your personal brand — just ask Kim K. — but it doesn't usually make international headlines. Unfortunately for French right-wing politician Jen-Marie Le Pen, a photo of him asleep on an airplane not only went viral, but it also sparked a debate about whether... More »
PARIS (Reuters) - The French financial prosecutor's office announced on Thursday it had launched a preliminary investigation into far-right leader Marine Le Pen and her father Jean-Marie Le Pen on suspicions that they misrepresented their wealth.
The Donald has already professed his admiration for Vladimir Putin. He'd get along famously with Marine Le Pen. LISBON, Portugal — For many Europeans, Donald Trump is a figure of fun: the bling, the wacko comments, the name — which is British children’s slang for “fart” — and of course, the hair. Show More Summary
The Donald has already professed his admiration for Vladimir Putin. He'd get along famously with Marine Le Pen
Just in case you were wondering, yes, John McLaughlin is still alive and still on the air, and yes, Pat Buchanan is still a regular on PBS's The McLaughlin Group. Why dear Lord, why? I guess PBS doesn't think their audience can makeShow More Summary
Leo Michel Politics, Europe "This is one 'French Connection' that most Americans won’t like, and shouldn’t encourage." It’s time to ask a hard question: What would it mean for U.S. interests if Marine Le Pen, leader of France’s far-right...Show More Summary
The controversial tycoon and former French minister Bernard Tapie - who was this month ordered to repay US$439 million over the sale of Adidas - has said he will move back into politics to block Marine Le Pen's Front National party from gaining power.
Marion-Maréchal Le Pen (Wikicommons - Remi JDN). This year, she received 45% of the popular vote in one of France's regions, as a Front National candidate. We must act now to bring anti-globalist parties to power: the UKIP in Britain,...Show More Summary
In France, Marine Le Pen's Front National Party is beset with acrimony following its defeat in the December regional elections, leading to calls for "reforms" and even a name-change, which goes to the heart of the Le Pen family's grip on the party.
Italy’s Lega Nord plans to stand as a united front with two other right-wing parties at the next general election in a bid to repeat the success of Marine Le Pen's National Front in France, Lega Nord leader Matteo Salvini told Sputnik on Friday.
Comparing extremists of ISIS to extremists of Le Pens National Front is a stretch. But when she posted ISIS atrocity pics to show the difference, she went too far.
France dodged the bullet in Sunday's second round of regional elections, but the threat from the extreme right remains a dark cloud over election post-mortems. Mainstream French politicians expressed relief this week that they had turned...Show More Summary
The Post reports: Marine Le Pen, for example, has become a poster child for the modern European far right after leading the French National Front to unprecedented success over the past few years. Many see her as the most obvious European counterpart for Trump. And yet, despite their perceived kinship, Le Pen has personally criticized Trump’s proposal to ban […]
PARIS (AP) — French far right leader Marine Le Pen on Thursday took down a tweet showing the killing of American reporter James Foley after his family protested — but left up two other gruesome images of violence by Islamic State extremists. Show More Summary
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen on Thursday removed a photograph of the decapitated body of US journalist James Foley from her Twitter account after his parents accused her of using it for political gain. Le Pen tweeted the images Wednesday in response to a journalist who compared her...
PARIS (Reuters) - The mother of James Foley, the American hostage beheaded on camera by Islamic State last year, said on Thursday she was angry at French far-right politician Marine Le Pen for posting a graphic photo depicting the act on social media.