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Guest of the LCI / RTL / Le Figaro grand jury, Marine Le Pen called on Eric Zemmour to join his candidacy for the 2022 presidential election. She also added that she thought she had “the possibility of winning” in a second round .

The RN candidate at the Elysee Marine Le Pen called on November 28 the editorialist Eric Zemmour to join his candidacy, believing that he was not in a position to beat Emmanuel Macron in the presidential election of 2022.

“In general, the transformation from polemicist into presidential candidate has not happened,” she told the grand jury LCI / RTL /Le Figaro. He “does not seem very comfortable in this exercise,” she added, referring to the editorialist’s trip to Marseille, marked by demonstrations of antifas, and which took place. ended with an exchange of fingers of honor with a resident.

It is now clear that if he is not a candidate I will be in front of Emmanuel Macron in the first round

“Eric Zemmour had launched his candidacy on a promise which was that of being able to beat Emmanuel Macron and therefore to gather more widely than me. This promise, today, clearly, it is not kept ”, she affirmed.

“Yes, of course”, replied Marine Le Pen to the question “do you call Eric Zemmour to join you?”. “It is now clear that if he is not a candidate I will be in front of Emmanuel Macron in the first round. Taking into account the fact that in the second I am given at 46%, I think that the national family has the possibility of winning ”, she added, with reference to the last Ifop-Fiducial poll published on Sunday in the JDD.

According to her, Eric Zemmour “does not add additional value to our ideas.” “So I believe it is time to bring together now,” she also said.

In an Ifop / Fiducial survey for the Sunday newspaper and Sud-Radio, Emmanuel Macron (stable, between 25 and 28%) and Marine Le Pen (between 19 and 20%) would still be in the lead if the presidential election took place on November 28, while the putative candidate Eric Zemmour loses two to three points in three weeks (between 14 and 15%).


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