The latest coming out of France is that Marine Le Pen, the leader of the National Front in France, is stepping down from her position to focus on wooing voters. Le Pen is currently in a runoff with globalist Emmanuel Macron.
Le Pen is to temporarily step down as her party’s leader in an effort to focus on the election. Marine Le Pen hopes to bring France back to a place where it is recognizable. Currently, France is overrun with Muslim immigrants who on the whole have no respect for French culture and only wish to invade – Le Pen vows to fight this and close off the steady flow of violent individuals. Le Pen also hopes to keep the EU out of France’s business, a move that has worked out well thus far for the British post-Brexit existence.
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Monday’s move appears to be a way for Le Pen to embrace a wide range of potential voters ahead of the May 7 runoff between herself and Emmanuel Macron, the independent centrist who came in first in Sunday’s first round.
‘Tonight, I am no longer the president of the National Front. I am the presidential candidate,’ she said on French public television news.
Le Pen has said in the past that she is not a candidate of her party, and made that point when she rolled out her platform in February, saying the measures she was espousing were not her party’s, but her own.
— Marine Le Pen (@MLP_officiel) April 24, 2017