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Emmanuel Macron, the 39-year-old former investment banker who was catapulted to the French presidency in May, faces widespread disillusionment as he prepares to mark his first 100 days in office.The French are "falling out of love" with Macron, the right-leaning daily Le Figaro headlined Sunday.On the right, a fake jobs scandal torpedoed the presidential hopes of early conservative front-runner Francois Fillon, leaving the centrist Macron to square off against far-right leader Marine Le Pen.His victory over the populist Le Pen was deceptive, as it came with a record low turnout and followed a first round in which only one in four voters picked Macron.Macron has fared better on the diplomacy front, proving himself a match for U.S. President Donald Trump in the handshake department and holding his own with Russia's Vladimir Putin.
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