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Florian Philippot ready to “vote for the candidate against Emmanuel Macron in the second round” – RT in French

The president of the Patriots, who supports Nicolas Dupont-Aignan for the first round, announced that he will call to vote for the candidate who will face Emmanuel Macron in the second round, “whatever the person”.

Interviewed on France info on April 2, Florian Philippot declared that he would call “to vote for the candidate against Emmanuel Macron in the second round” and this, “whatever the person”. The president of the Patriots gave his support to Nicolas Dupont-Aignan for the first round of the presidential election to be held on April 10, “because I think you have to vote for your convictions in the first round if you want they weigh,” he pleaded.

Florian Philippot said he would be “terrified” by a re-election of Emmanuel Macron: “I don’t know what will be left of France, of our freedoms, of the sovereignty of our country, after five years of a new mandate Macron”, he launched.

The former vice-president of the National Front (now National Rally), spearheading the fight against health restrictions, had failed to obtain the necessary signatures to present himself in the presidential election. He has since signed an agreement with Debout la France, of which Nicolas Dupont-Aignan is the candidate, “which covers the presidential and the legislative elections”, according to the details of Florian Philippot. This alliance saw its ranks swell with the arrival of Génération Frexit, a party made up of dissidents from the Union Populaire Républicaine of François Asselineau.

“Since then we have been joined by Génération Frexit, another political movement. We will be present everywhere in the legislative elections, in alliance. There are already three movements and it is open to all sovereigntist formations. It’s unprecedented, ”welcomed Florian Philippot on this subject.


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