Marine Le Pen separates herself from Front National

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Macron and Le Pen, leader of the National Front (FN), go head-to-head on May 7 after taking the top two places in Sunday's first round.

Even before Le Pen's surprise appearance at the plant, Macron's intervention in the Whirlpool factory's future, in a region where Le Pen got more votes in Sunday's first-round balloting, was fraught with risk.

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En Marche - newly formed - has no seats in the outgoing parliament, while just two MPs from Le Pen's National Front (FN) sit in the 577-seat body.

Here are some possible explanations for Le Pen's decision as she bids to become France's next president. It was a skillful move, associating herself slightly with de Gaulle (who was himself no big fan of Anglo-Saxon market economies, nor of mass immigration) and perhaps distancing her from the FN's broadly unfavorable reputation.

"The struggle against radical Islam should be a joint struggle and everyone should say, 'There, we are sacrificing something, '" she told Israel's Channel 2.

Macron is a votary of a more globalised world and is opposed to anti-immigration policies that the U.S. and Australia have recently unveiled, much to the chagrin of developing nations like India. His approach to solving them is not to try to avoid the forces of globalization, as Le Pen impossibly promises, but to tackle the regulatory framework that puts France at a competitive disadvantage.

The contrasting images of Le Pen smiling with workers and Macron debating them spoke to her political experience and laid bare their contrasting styles.

Voters in Geneva put the scandal-hit Republican candidate Fillon in the lead with 34 percent of the almost 20,000 votes cast, followed by En Marche! centrist Macron in second with 32 percent, reported 20 Minutes.

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Trump's pledge to slash taxes and boost infrastructure spending were key drivers of a global market rally after his November election, though the past few weeks have seen a retreat as he failed to pass healthcare legislation, throwing his agenda into doubt. It appears France's Socialists, Left and centre-right are backing Mr Macron in the hope that he would stave off a lurch to the extreme right.

Fourteen polling stations were set up on Sunday in six Israeli cities known to have large French expat populations: Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Netanya, Haifa, Ashdod and Eilat. Both beat candidates with more government experience including former French Prime Minister Francois Fillon.

Dutch far-right populist Geert Wilders, however, welcomed Le Pen's success as a "bright day for patriots in France and elsewhere who want more national sovereignty and less European Union and immigration".

Jean-Marie Le Pen, who repeatedly has been convicted of crimes based on anti-Semitism and racism, founded the National Front party that his daughter took over, but a feud has divided the two.

Le Pen continues on the same path. From now until 7 May, she will portray her rival as representing a kind of anti-France.

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"Religion can not be present in school".

"Nothing in either Mr Macron's policies or his behaviour suggests the slightest proof of love for France", she said. "She's definitely less toxic than all of the other candidates, yet I don't really trust her to save the country, because if you betray your own father, to whom you owe everything, what's holding you back from betraying your people and nation?"

She began skillfully, but stressing that she is not the Front National candidate.



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