On Thursday, the Irish Times published an article titled “The Bigest Problem In France.”
In the article, the Times quoted the French president as saying: “In France, people are fighting.
People are saying ‘we have no future here, we have to leave.'”
In an interview with the French newspaper Le Monde, the president added: “The biggest problem in France is not the police but the French public.”
The French president’s comments, however, were immediately met with outrage on social media, with many calling for him to resign.
The Times article was later deleted, and French officials said it had been removed from the newspaper’s website.
France’s National Front party leader Marine Le Pen also slammed the French leader for the article in an article for France Info, saying it had “shaken France” and calling for its leader to be prosecuted.”
On the contrary, he believes that all of us should strive for a Europe that is diverse, open and tolerant.”
France’s National Front party leader Marine Le Pen also slammed the French leader for the article in an article for France Info, saying it had “shaken France” and calling for its leader to be prosecuted.
The article was quickly picked up by the Independent newspaper and quickly went viral, with the article garnering over 1.3 million views on Facebook by Thursday afternoon.
Le Pen said in her article that she would be speaking at a rally in Paris on Saturday, where she would ask people to “join us in expressing our disgust and anger at what is happening in France and across Europe.”
A similar event was also held in France on Sunday, but Le Pen has said that she will be speaking about her own party’s position on the EU, and would not speak on behalf of her party.
In response to Le Pen’s statement, the EU Commission published a statement, saying that it had asked French authorities to investigate the president’s remarks.
EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmström tweeted that Le Pen was a “terrible, divisive figure,” adding that the EU had asked France to investigate her remarks.
“I am very clear that if she continues to incite people, it must not be tolerated.”