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Obama's Endorsement of Macron

The former U.S. president said he wasn’t planning on getting involved, but that the French presidential election was too important.
Source: Jacky Naegelen / Reuters

Former U.S. President Obama announced Thursday he is supporting Emmanuel Macron for the French presidency, noting that though he did not plan to get involved in many elections after his presidency, “the success of France matters to the entire world.”

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