DAILYKENN.com -- Here's a grim fairy tale.
A 15-year-old school boy marries his 40-year-old teacher. The former become president of France and the couple live happily ever after.
The "happily ever after" is fiction.
French president Emmanuel Macron's approval rating has tanked to 21 percent. The drubbing is due to his open border immigration policy that allows France to be invaded by millions of Islamic hate groups, immersing the nation in a flood of misogyny and violence.
Macron is blaming his wife. Or, more specifically, he imagines Frenchmen (and women) find his marital arrangement repugnant. It's a scapegoat. Were that the issue, Macron never would have been elected.
From express.co.uk ▼ Romina McGuinness
The French leader’s social and economic reforms, which include a controversial hike in fuel tax and an overhaul of the pension, health and welfare systems, have helped drive his popularity to as low as 21 per cent, according to a poll published less than two weeks ago.
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