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macron

a diacritical mark (¯) placed over a letter, used in prosody, in the orthography of some languages, and in several types of phonetic respelling systems, to represent a long vowel
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Macron's campaign put out a statement alleging the hack 6 which Wikileaks linked to on Twitter but did not claim responsibility for leaking 6 was putting "democracy at risk."
Movement was the victim of a massive and co-ordinated hack on Friday which gave rise to the diffusion on social media of various internal information," Mr Macron's "En Marche!" read the statement from the Macron campaign in May.
One of the handshakes at the May Summit showed Trump pulling Macron's arm and the other showed the two staring each other down for an extended period of time.
Trump had an awkward handshake when he met with Brigitte Macron. Then Trump complimented Brigitte Macron's "physical shape."
"(We) will work to prevent any new attack, and we will work to fight (attackers) without pity, without regrets, without weakness," said Macron.
(http://www.ibtimes.com/trumps-handshake-emmanuel-macron-was-aggressive-move-expert-says-2544289) READ: Trump's Handshake With Emmanuel Macron Was 'Aggressive Move,' Expert Says
"They spoke for hours on the phone every day," said Anne Fulda, a French journalist who recently wrote a biography about Macron. "And Emmanuel told Brigitte, 'I will be back for you.
"We were not exactly a normal couple," Macron said in a speech at his wedding reception.