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Far-right leader Marine Le Pen ‘on course to BEAT Macron at next election as voters turn on ‘arrogant’ President’

MARINE Le Pen could BEAT Emmanuel Macron at the next French election as voters continue to turn on the ‘arrogant’ leader, new polling suggests. The far-right leader is predicted to capitalise on the President’s shambolic handling of the Covid pandemic, with France continuing to record some of highest infections rates in Europe.
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French far-right leader Marine Le Pen is left stunned as President Macron's interior minister accuses HER of being 'too soft' on Islam in election debate

French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen looked bewildered during a debate this week as she was accused by a Macron ally of being 'too soft' on Islam. Interior minister Gérald Darmanin said her efforts to rebrand the National Rally party had led to a watering down of her hardline position that would 'disappoint' her base.
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