Suddenly, the conversations stop, the looks and the phones turn towards her. On this Valentine's Day evening, Rachida Dati has just entered a cocktail bar in the 10th arrondissement. Lightning struck La République en Marche that very morning and many conversations revolve around the withdrawal of Benjamin Griveaux. As if nothing had happened, she continues to campaign, driven by a dynamic that has been in place for several weeks. To a small group of residents of the neighborhood to whom she gave an appointment this Friday evening, she unrolls her project between two thunderous laughs.
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In second place in the polls, the Parisian right, however divided, begins to believe again. While, on paper, the equation seemed impossible for Les Républicains in the capital - Emmanuel Macron had obtained 34.8% of the votes in the presidential and 13 deputies, against 3 for Les Républicains in 2017 -, their candidate rose a few points from Anne Hidalgo by now endorsing the
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