Le Pen said past French presidents had forgotten about the people of the country
The leader of the Front National said: “France has always had and must continue to have a global ambition.
“The past presidents have totally forgotten the French mission, preferring to put our nation at the service of interests that are neither ours nor those of the people of the world.”
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The past presidents have totally forgotten the French mission
Marine Le Pen
Regarding the Westminster terrorist attack, Le Pen said: “May I be permitted to renew my compassion and my friendship to the tested but valiant British people.”
Last week, four people were killed and dozens injured in an attack on the Palace of Westminster.
MP Marion Le Pen is supporting her aunt, Marine
Speaking on a French news channel she said that in order to fight terrorism, borders must be controlled and radicalised immigrants deported.
In her letter to her Front National supporters, she asked the French people to believe in her determination to defend and protect France and the French people calling her mission the “most credible”.
Current polls suggest that 26 per cent, which is roughly eight million people will vote for Le Pen in the first round of voting.
MP and niece of the leader, Marion Le Pen, said in a press conference yesterday in Camaret, France: “We have a legacy that we must pass on. Marine wants to protect the continuation of this tangible and intangible heritage.”