François Hollande

France, Europe, and the world breathed a sigh of relief after the French elections gave “centrist” Emmanuel Macron a resounding
He’s never run for office before, he’s married to his high school teacher, and until two years ago, no one had ever heard of him. This is Emmanuel Macron - the next French President.
Macron is the candidate of the pro-market, globalization-happy urban left and center.
For the first time in more than 60 years, the republic's top presidential candidates don’t belong to either of the major parties.
Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will go head to head in the French presidential election on May 7th, after qualifying in the first round of voting. Here’s where the two very different candidates stand on the key issues.
France is going to the polls, in the first round of its presidential election. Here’s what’s at stake for the European country.
Now it’s François Fillon’s suits! How far can this travesty of “transparency” go? This digging into petty secrets? This slow
Trump remarked in a speech that a friend thought “Paris is no longer Paris” after attacks by Islamist militants.
Protests against police brutality and racism have swept across Paris since the incident.
But the Eurocrats, the bureaucratic, political, business, academic, and journalistic elites centered in Brussels, now filled
“There are periods in history when everything may change dramatically. We’re in one of them."
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The French were clearly angry; the opinion polls gauged the drop in popularity on a daily basis. His adversaries began forming coalitions against him. And a book, which he wanted published despite it being impolitic, finally brought him down.