The Figaro Letter of June 9, 2020

What are we talking about ? Protests that shake up the American presidential election. The imbroglio around rents in France. Municipal.

Hello dear readers,

Donald Trump is in his little shoes. The BLM movement (we are talking here about Black Lives Matter and not Bruno Le Maire) is gaining momentum. The president’s blunders benefit his opponent Joe Biden, to the point that the Democratic candidate is now in the lead in the polls. What if these demonstrations were the turning point of the American presidential campaign?

In this Letter, we also discuss the conflict between many traders and their owner over the payment of rents.

Happy birthday to Diane, have a nice day,

Ronan Planchon, journalist at Figaro

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United States: the racial divide at the heart of the presidential election

Donald Trump and Joe Biden. SAUL LOEBRONDA CHURCHILL / AFP

On June 1, Donald Trump dispersed an anti-racism demonstration so that he could be photographed in front of St John’s Episcopal Church, the Bible in hand. He then thinks of making a political coup. Lost, America is indignant at the behavior of its president, its popularity rating is crumbling.

Since then, Americans have discovered every day

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