Emmanuel Macron Wins France’s Presidential Election
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CNN - Emmanuel Macron has just won France’s presidential election, fending off a historic challenge from far-right candidate Marine Le Pen during this past weekend's runoff vote. Macron took 58.5% of Sunday’s vote, making him the first French leader to be reelected in 20 years. In his victory speech, Macron vowed to be the “president for each and every one of you.” Macron also stated that his second term would not be a continuation of his first, committing to address all of France’s current problems.
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French elections: Macron ahead of Le Pen in polls
France has seen the final day of campaigning in an election that seems to be edging in Emmanuel Macron's favour - if the polls are correct.
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