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MACRON’S MESS: French President’s Approval PLUNGES to 26% in New Polls

posted by Hannity Staff - 11.26.18

French President Emmanuel Macron’s approval rating plunged in recent polling; raising serious questions over the leader’s political future after a series of mass protests against high unemployment and rising gas prices.

According to Politico, the new survey has Macron at a dismal 26% approval rating among the French people; the lowest levels seen at similar times for his predecessors.

“The survey by pollster BVA found only 26 percent of French people have a favorable opinion of Macron. That’s a drop of three points from last month, putting Macron’s rating 19 months into his presidency below those of his immediate predecessor François Hollande (48 percent) and ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy (29 percent) at the same stage of their terms of office,” writes Politico.

“We have received the message from the citizens. It invites us to go further. In order for the ecological transition, which is necessary, not to be socially unacceptable, it must be fair, equitable and democratic. We must therefore mobilize all those who will make it acceptable, so as not to leave anyone behind,” said a statement from Macron’s advisors late last week.

Read the full survey here.

MACRON IN DC: Trump Hosts the French President During First State Visit

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.23.18

French President Emmanuel Macron is set to arrive in Washington, DC Monday; meeting with President Trump just days after the armed forces of the US, UK, and France launched a joint military strike against Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad.

The 40-year-old European leader’s trip will be the first official state visit of President Trump’s presidency; with the two heads-of-state prepared to hold high-level meetings regarding trade, the Iranian nuclear agreement, the Middle East, and more.

“Both of us are probably mavericks,” Macron told Fox News. “We have a very special relationship… I think the U.S. today has a very strong role to play for peace in different regions of the world, and especially the Mideast.

“He has been one of the few Europeans who has pulled off the trick of building a close and strong working relationship with President Trump,” added one global security analyst.

One key area of discussion will likely center on the President’s recently announced trade tariffs on steel and aluminum; offering exemptions for only Mexico and Canada.

“I hope he will not implement these new tariffs and he will decide for an exemption for the European Union,” Macron said. “You cannot make a trade war with your ally.”

MACRON’S MUTINY: French President TURNS on TRUMP Ahead of G7 Summit

posted by Hannity Staff - 6.08.18

French President Emmanuel Macron turned on President Trump Thursday, slamming the American leader over potential trade tariffs and his position on climate change; warning Trump the G7 could quickly become the G6.

Macron was reacting to news that the Commander-in-Chief planned to leave the international summit in Quebec earlier than anticipated; skipping out on the group’s discussions on climate change and the global environment.

“Maybe the American president doesn’t care about being isolated today, but we don’t mind being six, if needs be,” said the French President. “Because these six represent values, represent an economic market, and more than anything, represent a real force at the international level today.”

Trump fired back at Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on social media before departing for the summit, asking “Why isn’t the European Union and Canada informing the public that for years they have used massive Trade Tariffs and non-monetary Trade Barriers against the US?”

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