Far-Right French Leader Says Top Trump Aide Invited Her to Work Together
Eurofascists: the immigrants Donald likes.
Marion Le Pen, France’s youngest member of Parliament and the niece of the leader of the country’s far-right party, tweeted Saturday that the head of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign invited her to work with his administration.
For much of the 2016 presidential race, Le Pen, 26, was a vocal supporter of Trump. In August, she tweeted that Trump was “less harmful” than Hillary Clinton and said the GOP nominee “responded to people’s hopes.”
Le Pen, a member of France’s National Front party, has been castigated by some for rhetoric labeled anti-Muslim, following terrorist attacks in the country carried out by militants loyal to Islamic State.