"Voters from the left, right and center will know to react with one concern - put Mrs. Le Pen on the side, reassure what France is, its principles but also reassure from an economic, financial, budgetary, European point of view".
It's unlikely Le Pen's words will reassure many who fear what she would do if she gained power.
The National Front leader said May was "inconsistent" for accepting pro-EU Macron "a key sales person of globalisation and mass immigration... because these are the opposite of what Brexit stands for and the choice made by the British people".
"So I do not understand this inconsistency, this contradiction between what Theresa May stands for - because she has chose to be the woman who will implement Brexit - and her meeting with Emmanuel Macron".
The right-wing politician added leaving the border open at Calais would encourage more migrants to attempt to cross the Continent to reach the United Kingdom, risking another jungle would be build in the port town. Immediately I would suspend the Schengen Agreement.
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In greater Lafayette, women held "walkouts" at three locations, accommodating women who couldn't strike for the entire day. This is the second major demonstration of social activism organized by the group behind the Women's March on Washington .
If she succeeded in persuading the French to vote for Frexit she says Britain and France could agree their own trade deal once they were out of the EU.
In case Le Pen faces The Republicans' candidate Francois Fillon in the run-off, she is projected to lose with 44 percent of votes against his 56 percent.
"I believe that between two nations like ours that really go back, they would have excellent relations as well as trade relations of great quality as in the past".
"What I can not stand in the behaviour of the European Union with regards to Great Britain is blackmail, constant threat". It means having demands with regards to people living on your territory.
Le Pen was also quick to give assurance to the 250,000 Britons living in France. "I see no reason why we should not continue to welcome them in the French style".
"I see no reason why France and Britain should not have excellent relations - we are old allies". Clips of the meeting during Farage's hour-long nightly show showed the two rightwing leaders laughing and criticising the failure of the prime minister, Theresa May, to invite the FN leader to Downing Street.