The National Front's new clean-cut image looks a lot like the international movement exemplified by Southern and Molyneux.
“Our goal is clear: Power.”
"I am being charged for having condemned the horrors of Daesh."
The far-right candidate Marine Le Pen suffered a decisive defeat in France's presidential election—but the National Front, a party originally known for Holocaust denial, still managed to gain political legitimacy.
France elected Emmanuel Macron, but the poorer suburbs of Paris remain scarred by Marine Le Pen's repeated attacks that demonized their communities.
How did a small, marginalised party end up the potential winner of today's French presidential election?
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The far-right leader is likely to be one of the winners in the first round of France's presidential elections this Sunday. But what if she wins the second round, too?