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Kylian Mbappé’s veiled Le Pen warning won’t save Macron

18 June 2024

8:57 PM

18 June 2024

8:57 PM

France’s prime minister was out and about on Monday mixing with the proles south of Paris. ‘I’m going to shake your hand because you’re all right,’ said one old man, accepting the outstretched hand of Gabriel Attal. ‘But you’ll have tell the president to shut his trap.’

Attal didn’t quite know how to respond, mumbling that he was campaigning for the parliamentary and not the presidential elections.

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