France’s President Emmanuel Macron has promised to unite his divided country after winning re-election for a second five-year term. Macron defeated the extreme right wing candidate Marine Le Pen by a substantial margin even as she still managed to secure almost 42 percent of the vote. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports from Paris.
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