French voters go to the polls Sunday for a second and final vote between incumbent President Emmanuel Macron and far right challenger Marine Le Pen. Le Pen, who has run a Trump-style campaign targeting immigration has been labeled by Macron as a radical. Meanwhile Le Pen charges that Macron is anti-France. Malcolm Brabant reports.
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