Macron supporters erupt in cheers as French president re-elected • FRANCE 24 English

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Cheers erupted at the foot of the Eiffel Tower where supporters of President Emmanuel Macron celebrated his re-election on Sunday, moments after first projections showed he had won the vote by a comfortable margin. FRANCE 24’s Delano D’Souza talks to Macron’s supporters.

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