Obama Interferes In French Election To Stop Populist Marine Le PenChris Menahan
Apr. 21, 2017
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Despite Democrats' incessant whining about alleged "Russian interference" in the US election, Barack Obama chose to interfere in France's presidential election by calling up Emmanuel Macron and giving him an implicit endorsement just days before the vote.
Polls have shown EU supporter Macron is the main opponent of anti-EU right-wing populist Marine Le Pen and the two are in an extremely tight race. A call from Obama could potentially have the ability to sway the election.
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has made excerpts from a private call he received from former US President Barack Obama public. Obama's office has denied that the call, made just before Sunday's election, was meant as an endorsement.It was clearly an endorsement, and it was clearly a case of election interference ten times worse and more blatant than that allegedly carried out by Russia.
Congress should launch an investigation.
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