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National Front's new leader steps down over Holocaust remark

This Friday, France's far-right National Front announced it was replacing Jean-François Jalkh, the man named acting president of the party earlier this week. This comes after controversial Holocaust comments he made in the past resurfaced. Meanwhile, the duel at a distance continues between the two frontrunners. The choice between Macron and Le Pen has been causing friction within some political parties, including the conservative Les Républicains. Our reporters tell you more.

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