Obama Wishes French Presidential Candidate ‘All the Best’ in Campaign, Claims It Wasn’t Endorsement


by Washington Free Beacon

Former President Barack Obama called French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron on Thursday to wish him "all the best" in the days leading up to the election, but the call was not an endorsement, according to an Obama spokesman.

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