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Macron, Facing a Criminal Inquiry, Falls Silent Amid ‘McKinseygate’

The probe hinges on ‘improperly maintained campaign accounts, favoritism and concealment of favoritism, and the interference of consulting firms in the 2017 and 2022 electoral campaigns.’

President Macron at Paris November 11, 2022.

President Macron at Paris November 11, 2022. Gonzalo Fuentes/pool via AP

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Mr. Grant, who has written for many major newspapers and worked in television at Paris and Tel Aviv, is now based in Athens as a staff reporter and editor of The New York Sun.

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