Marine Le Pen has proved herself to be a woman of principle. It looks increasingly likely that Le Pen may shortly become the next President of France and in that capacity she would ideally want a good relationship with Donald Trump. She has said so. But Le Pen who has consistently supported the democratic freedoms of the people in Crimea, Sevastopol, Donetsk and Lugansk has now come out to condemn Donald Trump’s illegal and aggressive missile launch on Syria.
“I am a little bit surprised because Mr Trump has said on numerous occasions that the US would no longer be policing the world, and yet, that is exactly what he is doing right now.
Is it too much to ask that we wait for the chemical weapons attack inquiry findings before launching such airstrikes?”
“I would like for us to avoid a repetition of the situation in Iraq and Libya in Syria, because what happened there led to chaos, and both countries have since become hotbeds of Islamic fundamentalism”.
She also expressed her views in Tweets to her supporters,“What happened in Syria is awful, and I strongly condemn it….It is necessary to let democracy and the Syrian people to speak out. It is they who must choose their leader”.