Emmanuel Macron is the current French President, and a former Minister of Economy. He was elected President of France in 2017.
He is the youngest president in the country’s history, as he was 39 years old when he was elected, and is also the first person in the history of the Fifth Republic to win the presidency without Support from the socialists or the Gauls.
Emmanuel Jean-Michel Frederick Macron was born on 21 of December 1977 in Amiens, France, and he is the eldest son of two doctors. He was distinguished by his intelligence at an early age, and showed a talent in literature, politics, and theater, and began his study phase in “La Providence” school, which is A local Jesuit school, he completed his high school education at Lycée Henri IV in Paris, and continued studying philosophy at Nanterre University and public affairs at the Institute of Political Studies in Paris before graduating from the National School of Administration in 2004.
Macron fell in love with his high school teacher in Amiens, Brigitte Tronio, who was 24 at the time, and married her in 2007.
After his graduation, Macron worked at the Ministry of Economy in 2004 as an inspector of financial affairs, and during his work he contributed to improving the financial growth of the country in 2007, and in 2008 he left government to work at Rochbild & C Bank, and in 2014 he was appointed Minister of Economy and Finance, and during his tenure in the position French economy improves.
Macron resigned from his position as Minister of the Economy in preparation for the elections in 2017, and on November 16, 2016, he officially announced his candidacy for the presidency, called for a democratic revolution, and after his announcement as an elected president, he obtained the support of various world leaders, and on the twenty-third of April 2018, he became the first foreign leader to pay an official visit to President Trump in Washington, DC.