Emmanuel Macron’s popularity is falling, but don’t let that fool you — the real story is his En Marche! party. As Colin Horgan details, its development as a new kind of political party means Macron’s trajectory as France’s president will be full of surprises, if not promise.
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writer and journalist
Colin Horgan is a writer and journalist in Toronto, a frequent contributor to Maclean's and the Guardian, and a former speechwriter for Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada.
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