Macron reelected in France, promotes unity | USA TODAY

Emmanuel Macron will serve another term as the French president after defeating Marine Le Pen with more than 58% of the vote.

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French President Emmanuel Macron cruised to a second term Sunday, beating back a stronger-than-expected challenge from a far-right populist who has attacked the European Union and NATO and expressed support for Russia.

“I am no longer the candidate of one side, but instead the president for all," Macron told cheering supporters who gathered near the Eiffel Tower to celebrate his reelection and the defeat of challenger Marine Le Pen.

In a rematch of the 2017 presidential election, Macron led Le Pen with more than 58% of the vote, according to projected results from the French news media, working with national pollsters.

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  1. Unity? Where did MaCron come from? How was he raised? How did he meet his wife? How old was he? Who is she? Where did she come from? How was she raised?
    Simple questions, lead to simple answers.

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