Marine Le Pen looks set to shortly benefit from another high-ranking endorsement from the right, that of former... The post Philippe de Villiers, Influential Political Leader and Founder of the ‘Puy du Fou’ Theme Park Empire, To Endorse Marine Le Pen for French President. appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
French commentators rush to endorse 39 year-old Macron as France's next President, despite a ferocious challenge from the Far-Right's Marine Le Pen in the rocky ride to Sunday's run-off vote.
If the radical centrist frontrunner blames France’s problems solely on the lack of supply-side reform he is setting himself up to fail There is a familiar rhythm to French politics. President gets elected amid a wave of optimism. President says root and branch reform of the economy will lead to stronger growth and falling unemployment. Show More Summary
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French President Francois Hollande said Saturday that voters in France must decide their future in Europe in the May 7 presidential vote pitting europhile candidate Emmanuel Macron against the anti-EU Marine Le Pen.
Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron are left to go head to head in the second round of the 2017 French presidential elections and statistics show that Marine Le Pen could already be the new French president if France followed the US’ electoral...Show More Summary
Marine Le Pen stepped down as leader of the National Front this week to focus on her campaign for French president. On Friday, the man tapped to replace her also stepped down—after he was accused of agreeing, or at least sympathizing, with Holocaust deniers, Reuters reports. According to the...
French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen named the defeated first-round candidate Nicolas Dupont-Aignan as her prime minister if she is elected president, in a bid to attract his voters and help her beat favourite Emmanuel Macron.
French President Francois Hollande warned Saturday that Britain must pay the price for Brexit as EU leaders met to adopt guidelines for negotiations.
French far-right hopeful Marine Le Pen said Saturday she would appoint defeated first-round candidate Nicolas Dupont-Aignan as her prime minister if she is elected president.
France will go to the polls on May 7 to determine the country’s next president, choosing between extreme right National Front (FN) candidate Marine Le Pen, who has run on an anti-immigration, anti-EU platform, and independent centrist Emmanuel Macron. Show More Summary
Presidential hopeful’s comments on French TV raise the possibility of migrant camp relocating to the UK Emmanuel Macron, the favourite in the race to become the next French president, has suggested that he would want to renegotiate an agreement that allows British border police to operate in Calais. Show More Summary
Former presidential candidate Nicolas Dupont-Aignan on Friday endorsed far-right leader Marine Le Pen in France’s bitter presidential run-off.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday said she believed French presidential contender Emmanuel Macron would be a "strong president" if elected in a run-off against far-right leader Marine Le Pen. "I have absolutely no doubt that Emmanuel Macron will be a strong president if he is elected, as I hope he will be," she told the RND newspaper group. Show More Summary
Maria Zakharova, a Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson, stopped by Yahoo News to talk with Katie Couric about fake news, the U.S. airstrikes in Syria, President Trump, and the Russian influence on the French election. When Couric turned to the repo… Read The post Russian Spokeswoman Shuts Down Katie Couric’s Questions About Gays and Chechnya: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Former France great Zinedine Zidane says people should do anything they can to avoid having Marine Le Pen win the presidency
LONDON — Brits are evenly split on the question of whether French presidential candidates Marine Le Pen or Emmanuel Macron would be better for Britain. Polling from YouGov found that 23% thought Macron would be better for Britain, while 21% preferred Le Pen. Show More Summary
The commentators watch in disbelief as French far right Presidential candidate Marine Le Pen engages front runner Emmanuel Macron in a "mano à mano" battle to become France's next President.
French financial prosecutors are investigating the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups and have heard former FIFA president Sepp Blatter
"Since his impressive first-round victory on Sunday, Mr Macron is still at least 20 points ahead, which sounds an unassailable lead.... So what could go wrong for him?"All she needs is to advance a little more in the polls, and thisShow More Summary