Sky News
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The father of Marine Le Pen. He is no longer officially a member of the party because she expelled him, but he is saying I am not the least bit surprised that the establishment is lying up behind its true candidate that is Macron -- lining up. He.
BBC News 24
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That is an extraordinary number of people. We will see to what extent she makes any progress in the next round. Her father did not make that much progress between the two.
BBC News 24
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and her father before her. They talk about security in some of them to link it to immigration. They feel it is to open. The border to Italy is 35 calamities away from where.
Sky News
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You have the woman who is the little daughter of her father Jean-Marie Le Pen who owns so many properties and castles around France, some kind of.
BBC News 24
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They believe France has changed since then and so are the party and they believe Marine Le Pen is a much better candidate than her father was. All of that will be put to the test in the next couple of weeks. This is a very important speech for Marine Le Pen I think. She knows,.
CNN
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For most of her life, Marine Le Pen has lived and worked in the shadow of her father. Jean-Marie Le Pen founded the far-right National Front, the party that she now leads, in 1972. Changing its racist and anti-Semitic image has taken time, determination and a bitter family feud. But Marine Le Pen is now leading the polls ahead of France's upcoming presidential election and is convinced that the National Front's time has finally come.
BBC News 24
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old days, when Jean-Marie Le Pen was given to talking about the Holocaust and his attitudes on race and immigration were just too strong for ordinary mainstream French voters. Very, very interesting question which also gives you that soap opera quality to French politics. As the daughter succeeded in changing the party that her father created? Kevin, we will come back to party that her father created?.
BBC News 24
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than her father ever was. They hope that France has changed enough to change the rules of the political arithmetic. Most of us who follow French politics would rather doubt that, but that is where her pathway to.
BBC News 24
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the second round lies. Arguing that she is not the candidate her father was. The National Front is not the party it was in the old days, and that also France finds itself in changed circumstances, to which she is the answer. I don't necessarily believe French voters are.
Sky News
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above what her father got in 2002, he got 19 points, so given that she has managed to sanitise the party over all those years, it's fair to say it was not the party on the face of it that it.
BBC News 24
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Marine Le Pen. They are aware what happened the last time the National Front got through to the second round, it lost by Miles, got less than 20% in the second round. They don't think that will happen again. They think she is a more popular second round candidate than her father, so they have faith in her. The reality remains. She will have to think of.
BBC News 24
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something pretty special if she is not to suffer the same second round fate as her father did all those years ago. That is what makes French politics fascinating and that is what will make the next two weeks here fascinating. Kevan, we will be back with you through the evening. If you are just joining us, to remind you, we have had the initial projections in the first round of the French election and it is.
BBC News 24
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changed, people still identified themselves up to a point of whether or not they can't countenance the idea of the National Front. People feel viscerally about it. She didn't do that well. She will be good for 5% better than her father did in 2002. I think somewhere, and this is the difference between 2002 and 2015, we.
BBC News 24
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may see at the end of the second ballot at the results that the National Front has doubled its representation. The father did a little more than 20, they might get 40. These are the pictures.
ABC News - United States
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Elizabeth Thomas' father says she had experiences that may have changed her.
Sky News
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wasn't the case. Ashen faces across France as her father made it into the second round but in that instance in 2002 in the run-off, the second round, it was a complete landslide for Jacques Chirac and he became the French president
Sky News
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Macron and Marine Le Pen. It is worth stressing that this isn't the first time that the Front National has been in the second round of the French presidential election. Back in April 2002, her father John Marine Le Pen made.
BBC News 24
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changed. That mountain to climb is obvious from what happened to her father in the second round of that election when the Front National made it three in the past. He got less than 20% of the second-round vote as there was an enormous rallying.
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right racist party. It was the party of Marine le Pen's father. When she took it over, she tried to make the party more attractive to mainstream voters. She was inspired to do that here. She was a local councillor here. She saw for herself the damage that was done in areas of France where big industrial towns were suddenly shut down and became depressed economically. Youth unemployment here runs at 30%. People.
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all of the friend, not just the rich but the poorer as well. That rings very true here. She is very loved. This is absolutely a National front stronghold, but the same cannot be said for the whole of the French Republic, of course. I remember in 2012 when she took over the party from her father. It is a different party to the one that her father ran until that point. Some would say the DNA of the party is still very much the same, but do you think in the eyes of some voters she's managed to change the image.
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Thousands of French nationals queued for up to three hours to vote in the first round of the French presidential election in London, Sunday. Commenting on the candidates, one voter Angelique said she was torn between far-right party leader Marine Le Pen and the independent candidate Emmanuel Macron. In the end she chose Le Pen "to bring on change" because she believes the National Front leader "is a different person" to her father, who formerly was the head of the party. Fellow voter Fany was convinced that voting for Le Pen "is a mistake", but voiced their concern she could succeed nonetheless, considering people voted for Brexit and Donald Trump had surprise victory in the US. Video ID: 20170423 043 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly