3 Facts About the French Presidential Election!

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2017 French Presidential Election! 3 Facts About the Campaign, Vote and Winner! // Subscribe:
CELEBRATE 10 YEARS OF WATCHMOJO WITH OUR SPECIAL EDITION MAGAZINE, LINKS BELOW! The vote held by France on May 7 2017, in which they elected Emmanuel Macron as the new President of the country. WatchMojo presents WatchMojo News, where we give you three facts you need to know about the election, the campaign, and the voting. How did Macron win? What was the result for Marine Le Pen? What’s next for the country? Watch to find out!

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10 thoughts on “3 Facts About the French Presidential Election!

  1. 3 facts :

    – Propaganda
    – Fraud
    – Shame

    French just proved that other countries are right when they call them cowards, collaborer and imbeciles…

  2. France can’t live without the EU. And the EU can’t live without France. However UK has always been expandable and only joined the EU for necessity when the US was stuck in Vietnam.

  3. France is fucked.. hey froggies, “terror is a fact of everyday life”… spineless fuck tells the citizens “oh well, deal with it”. Enjoy your rape dungeons

  4. Reality check: Le Pen was never going to get in. Macron ended up with a chance largely because Francois Fillon managed to royally screw up what should have been an easily-winnable election, thus leaving Macron as the only candidate palatable to most of the electorate.

    And what difference does it make if a lot of Macron’s votes were to keep Le Pen out? By that same token, a lot of Le Pen’s own votes were likely from Fillon and Melenchon supporters who didn’t want Macron elected.

  5. Imagine living in a country that is so collectively insecure that they would rather live with constant terrorism just so people don’t think they’re racists.

    Thank FUCK I live in Australia….

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