In what appeared to have been a hard-to-call race to be the next president of France, Mr Macron crept ahead in the polls following his televised debate with Ms Le Pen earlier this week. But the incumbent President has warned voters his current lead in the polls is no guarantee that victory will be his, in an attempt to ensure the election’s turnout is strong in his favour.
Mr Macron decided to evoke his image as the “continuity candidate” in his last message to the French people ahead of voting tomorrow, on April 24.
This also saw him issue another swipe at Brexit.
He said: “Think about what British citizens were saying a few hours before Brexit or (people) in the United States before Trump’s election happened: ‘I’m not going, what’s the point?’
“I can tell you that they regretted it the next day.”
The President told BFM TV: “The next day they woke up with a hangover.”