He has been accused of being gay, an accusation which in France would usually only provoke a smile. Still, Emmanuel Macron, a centrist former economy minister and ex-banker felt obliged to kill rumors of a gay relationship outside his marriage to Brigitte Trogneux (24 older than him) and push his presidential campaign on.
“If you’re told I lead a double life with Mr Gallet it’s because my hologram has escaped,” Macron told supporters, referring to Radio France chief executive Mathieu Gallet, wi...
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