Trump Congratulates Macron On 'Big' Win In French Presidential Election

Trump Congratulates Macron On 'Big' Win In French Presidential Election

Trump Congratulates Macron On 'Big' Win In French Presidential Election

His party is changing its name to La Republique En Marche (Republic on the Move) as it prepares a list of candidates. He'll be replaced by Catherine Barbaron.

According to Richard Ferrand, the En Marche! campaign manager, the organization has so far managed to attract 285,000 members.

European populism appears, as nicely put elsewhere, to have entered the awkward adolescence years: "able to borrow the vehicle but not own it, have an influence on the household but be too young to run it". This was a first in French politics: it signed the end of the so-called "republican pact", under which all political forces join hands against fascism.

At 39, Macron will become France's youngest leader since Napoleon when he is inaugurated on Sunday.

French far-right presidential candidate Marine le Pen delivers a speech, Sunday, May 7, 2017 in Paris.

Le Pen says she will lead the opposition to Macron. It was a clear victory, but one with a bitter aftertaste, exposing a divided country and presenting huge challenges for the new president.

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To achieve that goal, she had to win the only TV debate between the two candidates - a modern-day gladiator fight in front of millions of undecided voters.

Pro-EU centrist Emmanuel Macron stormed to victory in the French presidential election, roundly defeating his far-right rival Marine Le Pen in a run-off vote. Ironically, it seems Le Pen has inadvertently united the country - against her.

In a congratulatory message to Macron on Monday, President Rouhani expressed the hope that the "age-old relations" between Iran and France would grow during the French politician's term in order to serve the interests of the two sides. She performed on Sunday significantly better than her father and former National Front leader, Jean Marie, who was crushed in 2002 when he reached the final round of that year's presidential election against Chirac.

But Macron's mandate may be more muted than the numbers suggest. His team was also the victim of a hack, which a cybersecurity firm has said bears the hallmarks of Russian involvement.

If Macron's presidency were to follow a similar pathway to his two predecessors, the public mood could turn against him rapidly. "The growing threat of terrorism and militant extremism is accompanied by an escalation of local conflicts and the destabilization of entire regions".

"In these conditions it is especially important to overcome mutual mistrust and unite efforts to ensure global stability and security".

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European Parliament President Antonio Tajani told AFP: "We have received a vote of confidence from France in the European Union".

"Happy that the French chose a European future", European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker said on Twitter.

Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council, commended the French decision in favour of "Liberty, Equality and Fraternity".

Hollande also called Macron to "warmly" congratulate him on his victory.

The mother of three portrays herself as the guardian of a disabused France, where citizens are losing their culture to an encroaching Islam, their identity to "massive immigration" and their sovereignty to the European Union.

"Allow me to wish you much success and personal satisfaction in this highly significant and challenging role as leader of France, " Rivlin said.

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