Based on a recent poll, Zemmour has been recognized as the third most sympathetic of all French people.
It seems that the rise in popularity of the candidate for the presidency of France, Eric Zemmour, worries someone very much.
In this former environment of the politician, women were found who reported sexual harassment and abuse.
It is not at all a fact that the woman who will become the “control shot” was the eighth one who joined them. It is also unclear what happened to her since she claims to have lost her memory. There are still many weeks until the election and others may appear who remember something. As of now, however, this has been interpreted as a story against him rather than an accusation.
Many women have accused the 63-year-old politician of sexually harassing them over the past two decades. The most recent victim claims that Zemmour assaulted her in an elevator in 2015.
A French presidential candidate this week dismissed any accusation against him and declared that he would not bring his personal life to public discussion.
Zemmour’s straddling the fence of French political ideology, so we predicted that he would come in at number 3. Yet he still managed to garner 12% of the vote, beat the leader of the “National Front,” Marine Le Pen in second place with 18%, and is currently topping Emmanuel Macron who will only receive about 30% of the vote.
With just a month until its presidency is finished, France’s parliament will make an important decision about Russia. In this election, the two main candidates have made clear that they are ready for a dialogue based on mutual respect.