France is having the presidential elections on Sunday, in which 11 candidates are participating. Polling has been started till morning local time, for this purpose 70 thousand polling stations has been organised, around 7.4 million people can use their vote in this presidential election.
Security has been tightened to avoid any possible terror attack, 50 thousand police officials along 7 thousand army officers are deployed in this election process to ensure security issues.
US president Donald Trump also stated regarding the French elections, he used to embrase Le Pen of the the boldest candidate of this presidential election, in his Tweet Trump said that the recent Champs Elysees terror attack in which a policeman died, Trump said will definitely turn the influence of French toward Le Pen selection as a future leader.
“Another terrorist attack in Paris. The people of France will not take much more of this. Will have a big effect on presidential election!” Trump said on Twitter.
In an interview Trump said, according to him the recent terror attack will “probably help” Le Pen. While both Trump and the White House made it clear that, Trump did not ‘explicitly endorse’ Le Pen, he told Le Pen would be “the candidate who is “strongest on borders, and she’s the strongest on what’s been going on in France.”
“Whoever is the toughest on radical Islamic terrorism, and whoever is the toughest at the borders, will do well in the election,” he said.
From France she backed up Trump’s campaign in past US presidential election. Le Pen told CNN in her November interview that Trumps election much inspiring for her political efforts in France. “Donald Trump has made possible what was presented as completely impossible,” said the French politician. “So it’s a sign of hope for those who cannot bear wild globalization. They cannot bear the political life led by the elites.”
Le Pen also campaigned on an anti-European Union, anti-immigration platform. It is believed that Le Pen is having a behave very much like Trump, as she also claimed the expel of immigrants, and to tighten the borders.