Analysis: French Elections Down to Two Political Outsiders

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French voters have narrowed the field for president to two candidates, neither of whom represent the parties that have been in office there for nearly six decades. A runoff in less than two weeks  pits a liberal centrist political novice against a right-wing nationalist. Following Great Britain's Brexit vote and the victory of Donald Trump here, what will the French decide? And how does it impact us, and the world?   French politics expert Vincent Michelot joins us for analysis. 

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Vincent Michelot, Ph.D., Visiting Professor, University of Virginia,; Professor of American Politics, Emeritus Director of Sciences Po Lyon   
 

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