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Monday April 25th, 2022 night edition

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Mr. Macron's victory makes him the first French president in 20 years to win a second term.

M. Macron will be the first French president to win reelection since Jacques Chirac in 2002 after his predecessors Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande left office after only one term.

"No one will be left by the side of the road," Macron also said during victory speech while he was cheered by several hundred supporters who waved French and EU flags.

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GOP Senator Ray Holmberg Resigns Chair After Texts to Child Porn Suspect

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Morgan-Derosier was being held on state child pornography charges at the Grand Forks County Jail in the summer of 2021.

Earlier this year in March, Holmberg announced his decision to retire as a state senator this year, according to The Forum.

When Holmberg was contacted for additional comment he told Newsweek: "Under advisement of counsel I will make no further comments. »

Cops fired for ignoring robbery to catch Snorlax in Pokemon Go denied court review

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A couple of Los Angeles Police Department officers have been denied a new court review after being fired for ignoring a robbery in progress to catch a Snorlax in Pokemon Go.

Earlier this year, it was reported that officers Louis Lozano and Eric Mitchell tried to catch a Snorlax in Pokemon Go despite getting a radio call that the Macy’s at Crenshaw Plaza was being robbed and cops had requested backup.

Lozano and Mitchell claimed that they never heard the request for backup because it was “loud”, resulting in their vehicle’s digital video system recording being reviewed. »

Macron vows to govern for all after election victory

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He wanted to appeal to those who stayed at home, who voted "blank", as they say in France, to those who only voted for him to stop Marine Le Pen and indeed to Le Pen supporters as well.

Well the president acknowledged that the country is divided and for any political leader a divided country is a harder country to govern.

So he wanted to try to heal some of those divisions and strike the right note of dignity over triumphalism. »