Emmanuel Macron, this Friday in Pontoise, near Paris.LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP
The language of politics is usually plain.
There are good and mediocre speakers, moderate and radical, trustworthy or lying;
but, in general, the meaning their words convey is clear.
You just have to decide whether to share it or not, whether to believe it or not.
Then, from time to time, statements appear that seem to have a whole world behind them, infinite roots full of explanations.
That may be the case with what French President Emmanuel Macron said recently after ...
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