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Twenty One Pilots’ “Blurryface” notches 100th consecutive week on “Billboard” 200

Image Group LA/ABCMy name’s Blurryface and I’m still on the Billboard 200.

Twenty One Pilots‘ breakthrough album has now spent 100 consecutive weeks on the Billboard 200. The title reached the milestone this week, charting at number 27 on the tally

During its run, which began when it debuted at number one in June of 2015, Blurryface has never fallen out of the top 40 on the Billboard 200. The lowest it’s ever gotten was number 36. The album, which spawned the hit singles “Stressed Out” and “Ride,” has since been certified three times platinum.

Last month, Twenty One Pilots wrapped their North American Emotional Roadshow arena tour in support of Blurryface. They’ll play a five-show run in their hometown of Columbus, Ohio, dubbed the Tour de Columbus, this June.

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Kelly Clarkson freaks out after being surprised with birthday “girls trip”

Weiss EubanksMonday is Kelly Clarkson‘s birthday, but she got her present early…and she was so excited about it, she almost cried.

On Twitter Friday afternoon, Kelly posted a video of herself, with no makeup, hair up in a ponytail, in sweats, working out a puzzle with Scrabble letters.  “Woke up this morning to a birthday scavenger hunt that ended with an anagram!! Best surprise ever!” she captioned the video.

In the video, she spells out, “Pack your bags” and “A girls trip.”  Then she looks confused and says, “Wait…what?”

The woman filming the video says, “We’re going on a girls trip! We’re not tellin’ you where yet.”  Off camera a man — possibly Kelly’s husband — says, “We’re sending you on a girls trip with all the ladies.”  The woman adds, “We’re leaving tonight!”

Kelly yells “Whaat!” and starts jumping up and down.  “And your sister and your mom are coming…” adds the woman.

“I’m totally gonna cry,” says an amazed Kelly, clasping her hands to her chest with joy.  “That was the goal!” the woman laughs.

It’s no surprise Kelly’s excited about her trip: she has four kids in her house, including her baby son Remy, who just turned one, her daughter River, and her two stepchildren.  Sometimes mama just needs to get away.

 

 

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Watch Harry Styles deny insane tabloid stories on The Graham Norton Show

PA Wire/PA Images/BBC AMERICAAs a member of one of the world’s biggest bands, who for a time dated one of the world’s most famous women, Harry Styles has been the subject of his fair share of crazy tabloid stories.  He was able to confirm — and deny — some of them while taping a new episode of British chat show, The Graham Norton Show.

In a clip from the upcoming episode, Norton reads off a list of insane stories, which Harry then responds to with facial expressions…and sometimes verbal confirmation or denial.  Among the stories he denies: he and Liam Payne got an STD from a koala, he uses sheep placenta to keep his skin looking great, and — this one is really nuts — he had sex with Barack Obama.

As the audience laughed at that last one, Harry responded, with a straight face, “I’m legally not allowed to say.”

At the end of the bit, Norton asks him about the rumor that he auditioned for the lead role in the upcoming Young Han Solo Star Wars spinoff film.  Harry looks pensive at first, then grins but shakes his head.

“That might be a yes!” Norton teases, as the rest of the guests all insist that it’s a “yes” — but Harry did not respond.

You can watch the entire interview with Harry when The Graham Norton Show airs on BBC America Saturday, April 29 at 11 p.m. ET.

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ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

“Happy Days” star Erin Moran dead at 56

ABC Photo Archives/ABC via Getty Images(HARRISON COUNTY, Ind.) — Erin Moran, best known for playing Joanie Cunningham on the hit sitcom Happy Days and its spinoff, Joanie Loves Chachi, has died. She was 56.

The Harrison County Sheriffs Department in Harrison County, Indiana confirmed to ABC News that on Saturday, it received a 911 call about an unresponsive female.  When the responders arrived, they determined that the woman, identified as Erin Marie Moran Fleischmann, was deceased.  An autopsy is pending.

Moran, who had appeared in movies and on TV shows like The Courtship of Eddies’ Father and My Three Sons, was cast as Joanie Cunningham, the younger sister of Ron Howard’s Richie Cunningham, in 1974.  She played the role on Happy Days until 1982, when she and Scott Baio’s character, Chachi Arcola, left to star in the spinoff Joanie Loves Chachi.  That show was canceled in 1983, and Moran returned to Happy Days for its final season.

After Happy Days, Moran made guest appearances in shows like The Love Boat, Murder, She Wrote and Diagnosis: Murder.   In 2007, she appeared on the reality show Scott Baio Is 45 and Single as herself, and in 2008, she was a contestant on VH1’s Celebrity Fit Club.

In recent years, Moran had reportedly fallen on hard times, and was said to be living in a trailer park, and then in a series of motels.

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D.L. Hughley and George Lopez honor Charlie Murphy by getting “darkness” tattoos

(L-R) George Lopez, Charlie Murphy; Getty Images, BET/Dave Kotinsky(NEW YORK) —  D.L. Hughley and George Lopez are paying their respects to the late great Charlie Murphy in a permanent way.

On Thursday the two comedians showed off their new “darkness” tattoos in an Instagram post as a tribute to the late comedian. In a skit on Chappelle’s Show, Murphy had joked that Rick James referred to him as “darkness” because of his dark complexion.

“Eternal #Darkness is spreading @funcitytattoo @bigstevenyc we honor @therealcharliemurphy @comedygetdown @comedygetdownbet @eddiegriffin @cedtheentertainer #thatswhatsup,” Lopez captioned the original post.

According to TMZ, the comedians were both in New York City attending Murphy’s funeral when they decided to get the matching tattoos.

As previously reported, Murphy died on April 12 from cancer at the age of 57.

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“Unforgettable” star Rosario Dawson recalls embarrassing herself in front of Prince

© 2017 WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT INC. AND RATPAC-DUNE ENTERTAINMENT LLC./Karen Ballard(NEW YORK) — On Live with Kelly Friday, Rosario Dawson shared her memories of Prince, who died of an overdose a year ago today.

The star of the new movie Unforgettable, as well as the Netflix Marvel series Daredevil and Luke Cage, told Kelly Ripa and her guest co-host Van Jones, another friend of the late musician, that she was just 19 when she first met Prince.

“I was in Chicago shooting a movie and he called me direct,” Dawson recalled. “[He] said, ‘You’re the voice of a generation; I want you to do this monologue I’ve written for my 1999 remix album! You must come to Paisley Park.'”

Unfortunately, she says, things went downhill from there.

“I completely embarrassed myself, as you do when you’re like meeting someone who you’re completely in love with,” she admitted. “[H]e…had a limo pick me up with white shag carpeting…I closed… the driver [partition] and I was like, ‘Yeah, I’m — just gonna rummage around.'”

She laughs, “And of course, I was wearing all black, so I walked out covered in white fuzz. And soon as he saw me he was like, ‘Um-hmmm.’

Prince then insisted they have a jam session before she voiced her monologue. The problem was,  not everyone is a multi-instrumental virtuoso like the late music icon was.   

“I was like, ‘I, I really can’t play anything!’ and he goes, ‘Oh come on, everybody can play something,'” she recalled. “And he’s like: ‘DRUMS.'”

As she started to play, Dawson says, “He was like, ‘Yeah, no.'”

Dawson laughed, “[I]f you listen to the ‘1999’ remix…it’s a brilliant thing that he wrote, but it’s probably the worst acting I’ve ever done, because the entire time, I was like, ‘I just disappointed Prince. In Paisley Park.'”

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SPORTS NEWS

New York Rangers and Edmonton Oilers advance to second round of playoffs

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — The New York Rangers and Edmonton Oilers won their series-clinching games on Saturday night to advance to the second round of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs.

The Rangers defeated the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 at home and the Oiles ousted the Sharks with a 3-1 victory in San Jose.

After trailing Montreal 2-1 in the series, New York ripped off three straight wins with a spread out offense: eighteen players scored at least one point in the series.

Now, the Rangers will play in the second round for the fifth time in six years, facing the winner of the Ottawa-Boston series.

As for the Oilers, it wasn’t all about Conor McDavid. Goalie Cam Talbot had a strong series, posting two shutouts and allowing just a single goal in the deciding game.

The Oilers, who are in the playoffs for the first time since 2006, will face a team that’s reached the postseason in five straight years: the Anaheim Ducks.

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Scoreboard roundup — 4/22/17

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners:

INTERLEAGUE
N-Y Yankees  11  Pittsburgh   5

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit       5  Minnesota       4
Oakland       4  Seattle         3
Tampa Bay     6  Houston         3
Baltimore     4  Boston          2
Cleveland     7  Chi White Sox   0
Texas         2  Kansas City     1
L.A. Angels   5  Toronto         4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chi Cubs      12  Cincinnati      8
Washington     3  N-Y Mets        1
Philadelphia   4  Atlanta         3, 10 Innings
St. Louis      4  Milwaukee       1
Arizona       11  L.A. Dodgers    5
Colorado      12  San Francisco   3
Miami          6  San Diego       3, 11 Innings

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFS
Toronto        87  Milwaukee     76
Atlanta       116  Washington    98
 Final OT  Memphis       110  San Antonio  108
Golden State  119  Portland     113

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYOFFS
OT  St. Louis     4  Minnesota   3
N-Y Rangers   3  Montreal    1
Edmonton      3  San Jose    1

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Miguel Sano and Matthew Boyd ejected after Twins vs. Tigers brawl

Andy King/Getty Images(MINNEAPOLIS) — Minnesota Twins’ Miguel Sano and Detroit Tigers pitcher Matthew Boyd were ejected from Saturday’s game for their roles in a bench-clearing brawl.

It all started in the third inning when Detroit’s JaCoby Jones was hit in the face by an 89-m.p.h. fastball from the Twins’ Justin Haley that caused his mouth to bleed.

Two innings later, Boyd threw a fastball behind Sano, who pointed a finger back at the pitcher. Detroit catcher James McCann intervened, trying to get in front of Sano, who then appeared to shove him out of the way.

Both benches and bullpens emptied, and Sano and Boyd were ejected.

Jones received nine stitches after the hit and will go on the 10-day disabled list.

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NATIONAL NEWS

Three children among five dead in Queens house fire

FDNY(NEW YORK) — Five people were killed, including three children, after a three-alarm fire blazed through a family home in the New York City borough of Queens on Sunday.

Fire officials said the entire house was consumed in flames by the time they showed up, just minutes after FDNY first received a phone call around 2:30 p.m. reporting the fire traveling from the first floor to the second floor.

The youngest child who died was 2 years old and the oldest victim was 21, according to New York City Fire Department Commissioner Daniel Nigro, but as of Sunday afternoon one victim’s age was still unknown.

At least one person, a 46-year-old, survived by jumping out a second-story window, the fire commissioner said at a news conference Sunday afternoon.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said it was the city’s biggest loss of life in a fire in two years.

“This happened in the middle of an afternoon when the weather was good,” he said at the news conference. “How could something like this could have happened? There are many unanswered questions.”

The fire commissioner said Sunday that fire marshals would investigate the cause of the fire.


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Wheaton College freshman dies in accident at track meet

WLS-TV(WHEATON, Ill.) — A 19-year-old college student was killed at a track meet in Wheaton, Illinois, on Saturday when he was struck by a hammer during the hammer throw event.

Wheaton College said in a statement that freshman Ethan Roser, a transfer student from Cincinnati, Ohio, was volunteering at the school’s track and field competition when he was accidentally hit.

Paramedics were on the scene with Wheaton College Public Safey immediately, according to the college, but Roser was pronounced dead after he was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove.

“We are deeply grieved, but, because of our faith in Christ, not without hope,” Wheaton College President Philip Ryken said in a statement. “We ask people to pray for Ethan’s family, his friends, and our campus community.”

Roser was a member of the soccer team, according to ABC station WLS-TV.

A service was scheduled to be held for students, faculty and staff of Wheaton College at Pierce Memorial Chapel on Sunday night.

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Father of Tennessee teen: She ‘may not be exactly’ the person she was prior to alleged abduction

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation(MEMPHIS, Tenn.) — The father of the Tennessee teen found more than a month after she was allegedly kidnapped by a former teacher said the girl’s family wants her to be the same person she was before she disappeared.

But Anthony Thomas told ABC News that his 15-year-old daughter, Elizabeth, has now had experiences that may have changed her.

“What we want to see when we look at her is the child we knew,” Thomas told ABC News. “She may not be exactly … the person she was because there’s a lot of experiences she’s had.”

After Elizabeth was found, authorities described her as “healthy and unharmed,” but added that the main concern is the state of her emotional and mental well-being.

Her father said that even physically, she has at least temporarily changed.

“She has lost a lot of weight,” Anthony Thomas said.

Elizabeth was allegedly kidnapped by her former teacher, Tad Cummins, 50, on March 13 and taken on the run. She and Cummins were found at a remote cabin in northern California near the Oregon border where he was captured Thursday.

Cummins, who surrendered to police without incident, faces charges of aggravated kidnapping and sexual contact with a minor, authorities said.

The teen returned to Tennessee on Friday and is currently in a “safe location with family and friends where she is comfortable and resting,” said Jason Whatley, who is representing the Thomas family.

Elizabeth’s father told ABC News that the family to “just keep things positive” in their interactions with her at this stage.

“I go in there and tell her how much I missed her, how much I love her and how much her dog missed her,” Anthony Thomas said.

“I’m not allowed to ask her about things that happened along the way right now,” he said.

He said that one of the first things Elizabeth asked for “was to see her baby sister.”

That hasn’t happened yet, the father said. “Now is not really the time.”

Thomas recounted his daughter’s take-charge personality. “She used to really believe in herself. She had this confidence,” he said. “She was always a leader. She was very outspoken.”

“I think she has the determination to really go somewhere in life,” he said. “But right now she really needs a lot of help.”

Thomas said the first material things Elizabeth asked for upon returning to Tennessee were a shower and a razor.

He added that she has few clothes in her possession right now. “All of the clothes she had with her were taken for evidence” after she and Cummins were found, he said. And many of the clothes she had left at home were previously taken by law enforcement to help with the investigation, he said.

Thomas said the loss of her clothes may be difficult for his teen daughter. “She was always particular with the way she dressed.”

Elizabeth also asked to see her father upon her return to Tennessee, he said. “It was really great to have her tell her she loved me,” he said.

He said his daughter had told authorities that she was afraid her father would be mad at her. “I think Tad had told her too, ‘There’s no way you can go home because your dad is just going to be mad at you,'” Thomas said.

The father said he believes Cummins was aware of the search for him and his daughter, but he’s not sure if his daughter knew before she was found the extent of the effort to find them. “Tad was apparently aware of all the flyers and all the things he saw,” the father said. “I’m not sure of the extent he let her be exposed to that.”

Thomas reflected on the difficulty of parenting a teenager, and then having that child disappear.

“At the end of the day when they’re gone, you find out you can’t live without them,” he said.

Cummins is expected to make his first court appearance at 2 p.m. Monday in federal court in Sacramento.

In addition to facing charges of aggravated kidnapping and sexual contact with a minor, he also faces a federal charge of transportation of a minor across state lines with the intent of having criminal sexual intercourse, which has been filed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Tennessee, authorities said. That charge carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years in prison.

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WORLD NEWS

France’s choice: European globalism or populist nationalism

iStock/Thinkstock(PARIS) — Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right populist Marine Le Pen appear to have won the first round of France’s presidential election.

They now advance to a second round vote that will held on May 7.

And the choice for France could be one of the most consequential in decades, analysts say.

At stake, analysts say, is nothing short of the direction of Europe and the European Union, with the two candidates offering starkly different visions for the future of France and its role on the world stage.

Here’s a look at the two candidates who will almost certainly be on the ballot.

Le Pen: The Donald Trump of France?

Le Pen leads France’s far-right Front National (FN) party, and was seen as a front-runner during the lead-up to the first round vote.

She has been propelled by similar political forces that saw the British vote to “Brexit” -– or leave the European Union -– and Donald Trump win the U.S. presidency this November.

Trump hinted before the first-round vote that he favored her candidacy over the others.

Ethnic and religious tensions have been stoked by repeated terror attacks. Unemployment has been stuck at around 10 percent for nearly five years. France’s economic growth was meek in 2016 -– estimates put it just above 1 percent. These factors are driving frustration and anger in large parts of the country.

She has taken a strong stance against illegal immigration and championed anti-globalist sentiments. Le Pen has also proposed a referendum on France’s membership in the E.U. Many have dubbed the hypothetical vote “Frexit.”

Analysts have said that Le Pen being elected would pose an existential threat to the European Union –- the bloc of European democratic states that grouped together after World War II with the aim of preventing future strife.

“A Len Pen win would call into question the future of the entire European project,” Erik Brattberg, director of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s Europe Program, told ABC News. “Her anti-EU, anti-immigration and anti-globalization stance would put her starkly at odds with whoever is elected the next chancellor of Germany, France’s most important partner in Europe.”

It could also be damaging to U.S. interests, Brattberg said: “Le Pen would seek to reorient French foreign policy away from the U.S. and NATO and towards Putin’s Russia.”

An anti-establish candidate but not an outsider, Le Pen comes from a family that has enjoyed the political spotlight for decades –- if not very successfully. Her father ran for the presidency five times.

The elder Le Pen led the Front National party before his daughter and his reputation continues to haunt her candidacy. He was widely rebuked for calling Nazi concentration camps “a detail of history.” Marine Le Pen has denounced these remarks.

Even if she doesn’t pull off a victory in two weeks time, Le Pen “would be well positioned to make another run next time around,” Brattberg said.

Macron: France’s own Justin Trudeau?

French voters have another choice: centrist and political newcomer Emmanuel Macron, a 39-year-old political neophyte who has been likened by some to Justin Trudeau of Canada..

Macron was the country’s economy minister up until he quit in 2016 — the same year he formed the En Marche! party. He has never held an elected office.

Unlike Le Pen, Macron is pro-Europe and made that clear in his victory speech after the first round vote.

“Macron would pursue a centrist approach, working closely with Germany to reform the Eurozone and the EU,” Brattberg said.

His political platform earned him the tacit support of former President Obama, who called Macron to wish him well ahead of the first round vote. Obama’s spokesman was quick to note that this was not a formal endorsement; however, the two are seen as political allies.

Populism remains … popular

Heading into the second round of voting Macron is seen as the favorite to win. But similar predictions were made ahead of the Brexit vote and U.S. election this Fall.

Populism appears to be a driving force propelling far-right and far-left candidates and their ideas in major elections around the Western world over the past few years.

“The fact that some 40 percent of French voters opted for far-right or far-left candidates with anti-EU and anti-globalization agendas means that populism is alive and well in Europe,” Brattberg said.

“Given the strong dissatisfaction with the status quo across Europe, there is no reason to think we have seen a ‘peak populism’ moment yet,” he said.

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North Korea detained a professor who is US citizen; at least 3rd American held

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — A U.S. citizen and academic was detained in North Korea while trying to leave the country with his wife on Saturday, a spokesperson for the university that employed him has confirmed.

Tony Kim, 58, who goes by his Korean name– Kim Sang-duk– was detained while trying to board a flight to China from Pyongyang’s international airport, according to Colin McCulloch, director of external relations at Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST), where Kim taught accounting.

The university’s executive leadership released a statement Sunday saying that it “has learned that Mr Sang Duk (Tony) Kim was detained” by North Korean authorities as he was about to leave the country, “after several weeks of service, teaching at PUST.

“We understand that this detention is related to an investigation into matters that are not connected in any way with the work of PUST.”

At least two other American citizens are currently being held by North Korea — Otto Warmbier, a a 21-year-old student at University of Virginia, and Kim Dong Chul.

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Centrist Macron, populist Le Pen claim victory in French election that has consequences for Europe

iStock/Thinkstock(PARIS) — Far-right populist Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron claimed victory in Sunday’s first-round vote in the French presidential election.

Besting nine other candidates, the two will now face off in a second and final round on May 7.

Celebrating his advancement, Macron addressed supporters in Paris, in a speech that called for unity and reiterated his support for the European Union.

“The deep seated feeling, age old feeling that has always pushed our people forward, the commitment to our country, the collective interest over division, this is what has won tonight,” he said as a sea of supporters waved French flags. “This election has opened the door to optimism, to a new path to hope for Europe for the world.”

With his words, he drew a sharp contrast with his opponent, who has floated the idea of referendum — dubbed “Frexit” — on whether to leave or remain in the E.U.

Favored to win the second-round, Macron — a 39-year-old former government minister who has never held elected office — was quick to cast himself as a political outsider, saying, “I have heard your expectations, for true change, for true democracy,” and urged his voters to “start writing a whole new page in the political history of our country.”

Le Pen, who appears to have come in second place, according to exit polls, said that the victory was an “honor” that she received “with humility and gratitude.”

“From now on I have an immense responsibility of defending the French nation, its unity, its culture and its independence,” she said. “The French must take advantage of this historical opportunity offered to them, because what is at stake here is the wild type of globalization endangering our civilization.”

“The survival of France,” was at stake in the second-round vote, she said.

She took shots at the European Union and sitting President François Hollande during her speech, before concluding and leading her supporters in singing the French national anthem.

Reports suggested that protesters in Paris have clashed with police in demonstrations against Le Pen’s victory.

Sunday’s result marked the first time that no major-party candidate would contest the second-round vote.

“This is still an anti-establishment outcome, even though Macron represents a centrist platform,” Erik Brattberg, director of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s Europe Program, told ABC News. “Worth watching now is whether other French politicians will be rallying around Macron to defeat Le Pen in second round.”

François Fillon, the conservative candidate who appears to have come in third place, conceded defeat, saying: “There is no other choice than to vote against the extreme right. Therefore I am voting for Emmanuel Macron.”

French voters were going to the polls for a first-round vote to choose their next president from among 11 candidates, including Le Pen, who opposes immigration and has voiced skepticism about France’s membership in the European Union.

Pre-election polls suggested Le Pen and Macron, an independent centrist and former economy minister, were in the lead.

“Le Pen did as expected. There was no hidden Le Pen vote in the first round. While she can get more votes in a second round with only one opponent, she has likely reached a ceiling among her core voters,” Brattberg predicted.

Leading up to the vote, Fillon, a former prime minister embroiled in a scandal over alleged fake jobs given to his wife and children, appeared to be closing the gap in recent days, as was far-left candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon.

“A last-minute push by Fillon and far-left candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon was not enough to get them into the run-off,” Philip Crowther, a correspondent for France 24 in Washington, told ABC News. “This result is a disaster for France’s main two parties — the conservative Republican party and the Socialist party.”

The election is seen as a litmus test for the future of the European Union and the spread of populism around the world.

More than 50,000 police and gendarmes were deployed to protect 66,000 polling stations for the election, which comes just three days after a deadly attack on Paris’s famed Avenue des Champs-Elysees in which a police officer and a gunman were slain.

The presidential poll has consequences for the future of the European Union, for France’s millions of Muslims and for world financial markets. It’s also the first ever to be held while France is under a state of emergency, put in place since the November 2015 attacks in Paris that left 130 people dead.

President Trump said this week that he believed Le Pen was “the strongest on what’s been going on in France,” while former President Barack Obama called to wish Macron well in the poll.

Neither Trump nor Obama said he was making a formal endorsement.

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