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Marine Le Pen
Liberals Should Still Be Worried About France
Macron won big over a right-wing nationalist in France’s election. That was the easy part.
Centrist Macron Defeats Far-Right Le Pen in French Presidential Election
The European political Establishment exhales.
On Eve of French Presidential Election, Macron Campaign Claims It Was Hacked
Some security experts believe the attack came from the same Russia-linked hackers who sought to disrupt the U.S. election.
The French Don’t Get the Alt-Right’s Memes
Even the country that loves Jerry Lewis doesn’t get the alt-right.
The French Presidential Debate Was Shades of Trump-Clinton
Vicious insults, an overwhelmed moderator, and talk about Hitler.
Marine Le Pen Caught Up in Plagiarism Scandal
She’s been accused of lifting language from her former rival François FIllon.
Marine Le Pen Steps Down As National Front Leader
The far-right leader says she wants to concentrate on her presidential bid, but may be trying to temper her image ahead of the final vote May 7.
What Pundits Are Saying About the French Election
Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen are headed into a historic race.
French Election Proves Politics As Usual Aren’t Dead Yet
Still, there’s no question that the voting public across the West is terribly alienated from their governments.
The (American) Idiot’s Guide to the French Election
A quick primer on France’s tight four-way race between a neo-fascist, a socialist, a Catholic reactionary and a centrist outsider.
Marine Le Pen Got Coffee in Trump Tower Today
The far-right French presidential candidate didn’t meet with Trump, but she
share a cup of joe with one of his close associates.