BBC News 24
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what Macron will try and do, it will be very difficult, by the way. Apparently there are many people who want to get engaged and want to get elected. But, as you said, they do not have the experience or the local connections
BBC News 24
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in the former industrial areas, places where people are struggling against globalisation, struggling against the economic situation. Put your political scientist hat back on for us. Explain to me how it will work in the National Assembly. It is a presidential system. He is a movement and not a party. We have just been saying the two party system.
BBC News 24
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a majority in parliament or whether he will be in coalition with some of the other parties. To be elected, you need people who campaign and people who are outgoings
BBC News 24
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People who have voted sometimes have a certain loyalty towards them. To assume they will necessarily be ousted is hard in a way
Sky News
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people who are very independent thinkers and will go how they want to. For them and Macron is totally unpalatable. Surprisingly many of them voted for him. If Venice I have to save Melenchon's adviser was rather shocked when I told her.
Washington Free Beacon
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Todd read part of a statement from Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez where he said that he completely disagreed with Mello, but added that Mello had made "a promising step" in making clear that he would not work to restrict abortion. "Can you be a Democrat," Todd asked, "and [have] the support of the Democratic Party, if you're pro-life?" "Of course," Pelosi said. "I have served many years in Congress with members who have not shared my very positive, my family would say aggressive, position on promoting a woman's right to choose." Pelosi then pivoted to talking about what does unify the Democratic Party, emphasizing jobs and supporting the American middle class. Pelosi's comments came the same morning that Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D., Ill.) said that he felt only people who support the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court ruling can be a part of the Democratic Party. The post Pelosi: Of Course' Democratic Party Has Room For Pro-Lifers appeared first on Washington Free Beacon .
Washington Free Beacon
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"I'm going to do everything that I can to see that the Republicans do not get away with their horrific efforts to defund Planned Parenthood which provides health care to 2.5 million women." "But, if we're going to become a 50-state party, if you're going to go to Omaha, Nebraska, which has a Republican governor, two Republican senators, all Republican Congress people, Republican legislature, you know what, and if in Omaha 5,000 or 6,000 people come out to a rally led by Jane Kleeb, their new Democratic Chairperson, who is doing a great job, and if you have a rally in which you have the labor movement and environmentalists and Native Americans and the African-American community and the Latino community coming together saying, we want this guy to become our next Mayor, should I reject going there to Omaha? I don't think so," Sanders said. "It was a great rally, and I hope very much he wins," he concluded.
BBC News 24
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Marine Le Pen has been saying. It is complicated to compare this vote with the Brexit vote. Some elements are familiar. It is a vote of pessimism. People who were left behind. It is also a very different type of consultation
BBC News 24
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It is the type of election that French people are used to. In a way, it is showing that French people have learned the lessons, I would say, of the US and the UK and have actually thought about voting strategically or voting with.
Sky News
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do so. Far more likely they will abstain and that will block will not swing behind Macron. Unlike what happened with Jacques Chirac went across the spectrum, people from almost every persuasion to see off the Front National threat back in 2002. It has.
Sky News
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has to say. Plenty of time to prepare for this. This is the outcome that most people predicted, until Melenchon started ticking off in the polls. Fillon maintained a pretty good position, he didn't ball away as some expected but Macron, Le.
Sky News
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that to a certain extent even though he has one, he is still not as familiar as Marine Le Pen is to the French people as a whole. Quite and he is not as familiar with campaigning. He has not been doing it as long as she has. He may be being courses as well and I.
Sky News
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the way to Le Pen? People have talked about it and have been happy to say that. Some have said that Sanders supporters voted.
BBC News 24
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that makes her difficult to locate. The DNA of Le Front National hasn't changed. A lot of people around the world voting for Donald Trump, Brexit, will say this is in line with what we think
Sky News
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he is a former economics minister in this government, I think that will be an issue, because a lot of French people are fed up with situation and the economic malaise, this government has not been able to recover the economy. It is not restored its fortunes since 2008. We have had some reaction from Jean-Marie Le Pen
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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who may go back to Le Front National. There were strange moments, I remember in Marseille particularly, people were being interviewed
Sky News
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pool funds, the propaganda claimed that he was gay, that he was a banker and also horror of horrors that he exchanged e-mails with Hillary Clinton and all aimed at a certain constituency for which all of those could be an issue. It wasn't that effective. But for a lot of French people the fact that he is a banker,.
Daily Express
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MARINE Le Pen has hailed "an historic" evening after she shot through to the final round of voting in the French election.
BBC News 24
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cutback on the number of immigrants. Populations are very much worried about her. Mr Macron will be a more obvious choice for them. People are French but of different ethnicities
Sky News
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most of the polling suggests at least a third of the supporters do not have the stomach to support Macron. As you say if they support him many French people will.
Sky News
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abstention will be his chance. Her challenge will be to break the mould that Front National is a detested party for a lot of French people. It is interesting,.
BBC News 24
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miss Marine Le Pen. All the others who voted for the other candidates, some people we have spoken to say, what do they do now? Who do they throw their support behind?.
Sky News
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and he is well presented, striking out in a middle path, but to a lot of voters he will be seen as the establishment figure. Marine Le Pen will do her level best to paint him in that box and his position would be helped in a sense by people like.