Donald Trump congratulates Emmanuel Macron for ‘big win’ in French election

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US President Donald Trump congratulated Emmanuel Macron on his feat in France’s presidential choosing on Sunday.

Trump had corroborated conjunction Macron nor his far-right opposition Marine Le Pen brazen of a vote’s second round.

“Congratulations to Emmanuel Macron on his large win currently as a subsequent President of France,” he tweeted. “I demeanour really most brazen to operative with him!”

Trump had progressing hinted that Le Pen should advantage from confidence fears after apprehension attacks in France.

Before a initial turn of a choosing final month, Trump pronounced a lethal conflict opposite a military officer in Paris would have a “big effect” on a opinion and he praised Le Pen on immigration, job her “the strongest on what’s been going on in France.”

The White House currently also expelled a grave matter congratulating “Macron and a people of France on their successful presidential election.”

“We demeanour brazen to operative with a new boss and stability a tighten team-work with a French government,” White House orator Sean Spicer pronounced in a statement.

The awaiting of a Le Pen feat had stirred critical concerns about a tellurian right-wing, jingoist resurgence that brought Trump to energy and saw Britain opinion final year to leave a European Union.

Trump’s prototype Barack Obama expelled a video matter final week subsidy Macron, a centrist who he pronounced “appeals to people’s hopes and not their fears.”

Others weighed in on Macron’s feat currently as well.

“Congratulations to President-elect @EmmanuelMacron and a French people,” former US boss Bill Clinton tweeted.

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders — who unsuccessfully challenged Clinton’s mother Hillary for a Democratic assignment final year — tweeted “Congratulations to a people of France who today, by an strenuous vote, deserted injustice and xenophobia.”

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