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For weeks, he has fought allegations that his wife was paid for years for work she did not do.mersin
He has now been summoned to appear before the judge, Serge Tournaire, on 15 March.mersin
«It's a political assassination,»mersin Mr Fillon complained.
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«But it's not just me that is being assassinated, it's themersin presidential election. The voices of millions of votes have been muzzled.»
Mr Fillon said he would respect the summons and tell themersin judge the truth.
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President Donald Trump has stood by claims he was wiretapped under Barack Obama, telling visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel: «At least we have something in common, perhaps.»
US intelligence agencies under Mr Obama reportedly monitored Mrs Merkel's phone, sparking an angry response.
But both Republican and Democratic congressional leaders have said they do not believe Mr Trump was wiretapped.
Mr Trump and Mrs Merkel have discussed key issues including Nato and trade.
Her visit had been scheduled for Tuesday but was postponed due to a snowstorm.
Mr Trump made his wire-tapping jibe in a joint press conference with Mrs Merkel. She gave a quizzical look.
He was also asked about a comment by White House press secretary Sean Spicer that the UK's GCHQ spy agency had carried out wiretapping on Mr Trump during the US election campaign.
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Mr Trump said Mr Spicer had been quoting a comment on Fox TV. The president said he had not offered an opinion on it, adding: «You shouldn't be talking to me, you should be talking to Fox.»
Fox later read out a statement on air, saying: «Fox News knows of no evidence of any kind that the now president of the United States was surveilled at any time in any way, full stop.»
GCHQ rejected the allegations against it as «nonsense» and Downing Street says it has been assured the US will not repeat the claims.
The US president was also asked if he regretted any of his regular tweets. He said «very seldom», adding that it was a way to «get round the media when it doesn't tell the truth».
The body language was at times awkward. In an earlier photo opportunity in the White House, Mrs Merkel asked him quietly: «Do you want a handshake?» He looked forwards with his hands clasped and did not reply.
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The US president and the German chancellor were standing on the same stage, but it often seemed they inhabited different political universes.
Donald Trump, once again, focused on the issues that he campaigned on — issues, he is quick to remind reporters, that won him the presidency. He was quick to talk about «fair» trade, immigration control, military strength and manufacturing jobs.
Angela Merkel, on the other hand, focused on the benefits of globalism, openness to refugees and the need to negotiate a «safe and secure solution for Ukraine».
Leaders find their way into politics «on different pathways», as Mrs Merkel pointed out, and that was clearly the case at the White House on Friday afternoon.
The fast-talking Mrs Merkel, steeped in policy details, stood in stark contrast to the staccato Mr Trump, who once again railed against unfair treatment at the hands of foreign trade negotiators and the domestic media.
Somehow these two very different individuals will have to find a way to work together on issues of global importance. This face-to-face meeting — complete with non-handshake and awkward body language — will likely prove to be only a tentative first step.
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Le Canard Enchaine alleged she was paid €831,400 (£710,000; $900,000) over several years for working as a parliamentary assistant but reportedly had no parliamentary pass. She was also alleged to have picked up €100,000 for writing a handful of articles for a literary journal.
The family has consistently denied the claims. Initially Mr Fillon said he would stand down as a candidate if his case was placed under formal investigation, but recently he insisted that he would fight on «until victory».
«The closer we get to the date of the presidential election, the more scandalous it would be to deprive the right and centre of a candidate,» he said.
In a combative speech, the Republican candidate vowed not to givemersin in but to fight to the end, urging voters to follow him.
Who is Francois Fillon?mersin
A former prime minister during Nicolas Sarkozy's presidency, he was selectedmersin late last year in national primaries held by the centre-right Republicans that attracted some four million voters.
For a time he was the favourite in the race to succeed Francois Hollandemersin as president, but then came the «fake jobs» allegations in satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaine.
He has slipped to third in the polls, behind far-right National Front (FN) leader Marine le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron.
His appearances have recently been accompanied by loud protestsmersin and he has accused the government of allowing the campaign to turn into «a climate of quasi civil war».

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For weeks, he has fought allegations that his wife was paid for years for work she did not do.mersin
He has now been summoned to appear before the judge, Serge Tournaire, on 15 March.mersin
«It's a political assassination,»mersin Mr Fillon complained.
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«But it's not just me that is being assassinated, it's themersin presidential election. The voices of millions of votes have been muzzled.»
Mr Fillon said he would respect the summons and tell themersin judge the truth.
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President Donald Trump has stood by claims he was wiretapped under Barack Obama, telling visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel: «At least we have something in common, perhaps.»
US intelligence agencies under Mr Obama reportedly monitored Mrs Merkel's phone, sparking an angry response.
But both Republican and Democratic congressional leaders have said they do not believe Mr Trump was wiretapped.
Mr Trump and Mrs Merkel have discussed key issues including Nato and trade.
Her visit had been scheduled for Tuesday but was postponed due to a snowstorm.
Mr Trump made his wire-tapping jibe in a joint press conference with Mrs Merkel. She gave a quizzical look.
He was also asked about a comment by White House press secretary Sean Spicer that the UK's GCHQ spy agency had carried out wiretapping on Mr Trump during the US election campaign.
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Mr Trump said Mr Spicer had been quoting a comment on Fox TV. The president said he had not offered an opinion on it, adding: «You shouldn't be talking to me, you should be talking to Fox.»
Fox later read out a statement on air, saying: «Fox News knows of no evidence of any kind that the now president of the United States was surveilled at any time in any way, full stop.»
GCHQ rejected the allegations against it as «nonsense» and Downing Street says it has been assured the US will not repeat the claims.
The US president was also asked if he regretted any of his regular tweets. He said «very seldom», adding that it was a way to «get round the media when it doesn't tell the truth».
The body language was at times awkward. In an earlier photo opportunity in the White House, Mrs Merkel asked him quietly: «Do you want a handshake?» He looked forwards with his hands clasped and did not reply.
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The US president and the German chancellor were standing on the same stage, but it often seemed they inhabited different political universes.
Donald Trump, once again, focused on the issues that he campaigned on — issues, he is quick to remind reporters, that won him the presidency. He was quick to talk about «fair» trade, immigration control, military strength and manufacturing jobs.
Angela Merkel, on the other hand, focused on the benefits of globalism, openness to refugees and the need to negotiate a «safe and secure solution for Ukraine».
Leaders find their way into politics «on different pathways», as Mrs Merkel pointed out, and that was clearly the case at the White House on Friday afternoon.
The fast-talking Mrs Merkel, steeped in policy details, stood in stark contrast to the staccato Mr Trump, who once again railed against unfair treatment at the hands of foreign trade negotiators and the domestic media.
Somehow these two very different individuals will have to find a way to work together on issues of global importance. This face-to-face meeting — complete with non-handshake and awkward body language — will likely prove to be only a tentative first step.
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Le Canard Enchaine alleged she was paid €831,400 (£710,000; $900,000) over several years for working as a parliamentary assistant but reportedly had no parliamentary pass. She was also alleged to have picked up €100,000 for writing a handful of articles for a literary journal.
The family has consistently denied the claims. Initially Mr Fillon said he would stand down as a candidate if his case was placed under formal investigation, but recently he insisted that he would fight on «until victory».
«The closer we get to the date of the presidential election, the more scandalous it would be to deprive the right and centre of a candidate,» he said.
In a combative speech, the Republican candidate vowed not to givemersin in but to fight to the end, urging voters to follow him.
Who is Francois Fillon?mersin
A former prime minister during Nicolas Sarkozy's presidency, he was selectedmersin late last year in national primaries held by the centre-right Republicans that attracted some four million voters.
For a time he was the favourite in the race to succeed Francois Hollandemersin as president, but then came the «fake jobs» allegations in satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaine.
He has slipped to third in the polls, behind far-right National Front (FN) leader Marine le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron.
His appearances have recently been accompanied by loud protestsmersin and he has accused the government of allowing the campaign to turn into «a climate of quasi civil war».

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For weeks, he has fought allegations that his wife was paid for years for work she did not do.mersin
He has now been summoned to appear before the judge, Serge Tournaire, on 15 March.mersin
«It's a political assassination,»mersin Mr Fillon complained.
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«But it's not just me that is being assassinated, it's themersin presidential election. The voices of millions of votes have been muzzled.»
Mr Fillon said he would respect the summons and tell themersin judge the truth.
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President Donald Trump has stood by claims he was wiretapped under Barack Obama, telling visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel: «At least we have something in common, perhaps.»
US intelligence agencies under Mr Obama reportedly monitored Mrs Merkel's phone, sparking an angry response.
But both Republican and Democratic congressional leaders have said they do not believe Mr Trump was wiretapped.
Mr Trump and Mrs Merkel have discussed key issues including Nato and trade.
Her visit had been scheduled for Tuesday but was postponed due to a snowstorm.
Mr Trump made his wire-tapping jibe in a joint press conference with Mrs Merkel. She gave a quizzical look.
He was also asked about a comment by White House press secretary Sean Spicer that the UK's GCHQ spy agency had carried out wiretapping on Mr Trump during the US election campaign.
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Mr Trump said Mr Spicer had been quoting a comment on Fox TV. The president said he had not offered an opinion on it, adding: «You shouldn't be talking to me, you should be talking to Fox.»
Fox later read out a statement on air, saying: «Fox News knows of no evidence of any kind that the now president of the United States was surveilled at any time in any way, full stop.»
GCHQ rejected the allegations against it as «nonsense» and Downing Street says it has been assured the US will not repeat the claims.
The US president was also asked if he regretted any of his regular tweets. He said «very seldom», adding that it was a way to «get round the media when it doesn't tell the truth».
The body language was at times awkward. In an earlier photo opportunity in the White House, Mrs Merkel asked him quietly: «Do you want a handshake?» He looked forwards with his hands clasped and did not reply.
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The US president and the German chancellor were standing on the same stage, but it often seemed they inhabited different political universes.
Donald Trump, once again, focused on the issues that he campaigned on — issues, he is quick to remind reporters, that won him the presidency. He was quick to talk about «fair» trade, immigration control, military strength and manufacturing jobs.
Angela Merkel, on the other hand, focused on the benefits of globalism, openness to refugees and the need to negotiate a «safe and secure solution for Ukraine».
Leaders find their way into politics «on different pathways», as Mrs Merkel pointed out, and that was clearly the case at the White House on Friday afternoon.
The fast-talking Mrs Merkel, steeped in policy details, stood in stark contrast to the staccato Mr Trump, who once again railed against unfair treatment at the hands of foreign trade negotiators and the domestic media.
Somehow these two very different individuals will have to find a way to work together on issues of global importance. This face-to-face meeting — complete with non-handshake and awkward body language — will likely prove to be only a tentative first step.
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Le Canard Enchaine alleged she was paid €831,400 (£710,000; $900,000) over several years for working as a parliamentary assistant but reportedly had no parliamentary pass. She was also alleged to have picked up €100,000 for writing a handful of articles for a literary journal.
The family has consistently denied the claims. Initially Mr Fillon said he would stand down as a candidate if his case was placed under formal investigation, but recently he insisted that he would fight on «until victory».
«The closer we get to the date of the presidential election, the more scandalous it would be to deprive the right and centre of a candidate,» he said.
In a combative speech, the Republican candidate vowed not to givemersin in but to fight to the end, urging voters to follow him.
Who is Francois Fillon?mersin
A former prime minister during Nicolas Sarkozy's presidency, he was selectedmersin late last year in national primaries held by the centre-right Republicans that attracted some four million voters.
For a time he was the favourite in the race to succeed Francois Hollandemersin as president, but then came the «fake jobs» allegations in satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaine.
He has slipped to third in the polls, behind far-right National Front (FN) leader Marine le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron.
His appearances have recently been accompanied by loud protestsmersin and he has accused the government of allowing the campaign to turn into «a climate of quasi civil war».

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For weeks, he has fought allegations that his wife was paid for years for work she did not do.mersin
He has now been summoned to appear before the judge, Serge Tournaire, on 15 March.mersin
«It's a political assassination,»mersin Mr Fillon complained.
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«But it's not just me that is being assassinated, it's themersin presidential election. The voices of millions of votes have been muzzled.»
Mr Fillon said he would respect the summons and tell themersin judge the truth.
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President Donald Trump has stood by claims he was wiretapped under Barack Obama, telling visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel: «At least we have something in common, perhaps.»
US intelligence agencies under Mr Obama reportedly monitored Mrs Merkel's phone, sparking an angry response.
But both Republican and Democratic congressional leaders have said they do not believe Mr Trump was wiretapped.
Mr Trump and Mrs Merkel have discussed key issues including Nato and trade.
Her visit had been scheduled for Tuesday but was postponed due to a snowstorm.
Mr Trump made his wire-tapping jibe in a joint press conference with Mrs Merkel. She gave a quizzical look.
He was also asked about a comment by White House press secretary Sean Spicer that the UK's GCHQ spy agency had carried out wiretapping on Mr Trump during the US election campaign.
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Mr Trump said Mr Spicer had been quoting a comment on Fox TV. The president said he had not offered an opinion on it, adding: «You shouldn't be talking to me, you should be talking to Fox.»
Fox later read out a statement on air, saying: «Fox News knows of no evidence of any kind that the now president of the United States was surveilled at any time in any way, full stop.»
GCHQ rejected the allegations against it as «nonsense» and Downing Street says it has been assured the US will not repeat the claims.
The US president was also asked if he regretted any of his regular tweets. He said «very seldom», adding that it was a way to «get round the media when it doesn't tell the truth».
The body language was at times awkward. In an earlier photo opportunity in the White House, Mrs Merkel asked him quietly: «Do you want a handshake?» He looked forwards with his hands clasped and did not reply.
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The US president and the German chancellor were standing on the same stage, but it often seemed they inhabited different political universes.
Donald Trump, once again, focused on the issues that he campaigned on — issues, he is quick to remind reporters, that won him the presidency. He was quick to talk about «fair» trade, immigration control, military strength and manufacturing jobs.
Angela Merkel, on the other hand, focused on the benefits of globalism, openness to refugees and the need to negotiate a «safe and secure solution for Ukraine».
Leaders find their way into politics «on different pathways», as Mrs Merkel pointed out, and that was clearly the case at the White House on Friday afternoon.
The fast-talking Mrs Merkel, steeped in policy details, stood in stark contrast to the staccato Mr Trump, who once again railed against unfair treatment at the hands of foreign trade negotiators and the domestic media.
Somehow these two very different individuals will have to find a way to work together on issues of global importance. This face-to-face meeting — complete with non-handshake and awkward body language — will likely prove to be only a tentative first step.
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Le Canard Enchaine alleged she was paid €831,400 (£710,000; $900,000) over several years for working as a parliamentary assistant but reportedly had no parliamentary pass. She was also alleged to have picked up €100,000 for writing a handful of articles for a literary journal.
The family has consistently denied the claims. Initially Mr Fillon said he would stand down as a candidate if his case was placed under formal investigation, but recently he insisted that he would fight on «until victory».
«The closer we get to the date of the presidential election, the more scandalous it would be to deprive the right and centre of a candidate,» he said.
In a combative speech, the Republican candidate vowed not to givemersin in but to fight to the end, urging voters to follow him.
Who is Francois Fillon?mersin
A former prime minister during Nicolas Sarkozy's presidency, he was selectedmersin late last year in national primaries held by the centre-right Republicans that attracted some four million voters.
For a time he was the favourite in the race to succeed Francois Hollandemersin as president, but then came the «fake jobs» allegations in satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaine.
He has slipped to third in the polls, behind far-right National Front (FN) leader Marine le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron.
His appearances have recently been accompanied by loud protestsmersin and he has accused the government of allowing the campaign to turn into «a climate of quasi civil war».

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For weeks, he has fought allegations that his wife was paid for years for work she did not do.mersin
He has now been summoned to appear before the judge, Serge Tournaire, on 15 March.mersin
«It's a political assassination,»mersin Mr Fillon complained.
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«But it's not just me that is being assassinated, it's themersin presidential election. The voices of millions of votes have been muzzled.»
Mr Fillon said he would respect the summons and tell themersin judge the truth.
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President Donald Trump has stood by claims he was wiretapped under Barack Obama, telling visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel: «At least we have something in common, perhaps.»
US intelligence agencies under Mr Obama reportedly monitored Mrs Merkel's phone, sparking an angry response.
But both Republican and Democratic congressional leaders have said they do not believe Mr Trump was wiretapped.
Mr Trump and Mrs Merkel have discussed key issues including Nato and trade.
Her visit had been scheduled for Tuesday but was postponed due to a snowstorm.
Mr Trump made his wire-tapping jibe in a joint press conference with Mrs Merkel. She gave a quizzical look.
He was also asked about a comment by White House press secretary Sean Spicer that the UK's GCHQ spy agency had carried out wiretapping on Mr Trump during the US election campaign.
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Mr Trump said Mr Spicer had been quoting a comment on Fox TV. The president said he had not offered an opinion on it, adding: «You shouldn't be talking to me, you should be talking to Fox.»
Fox later read out a statement on air, saying: «Fox News knows of no evidence of any kind that the now president of the United States was surveilled at any time in any way, full stop.»
GCHQ rejected the allegations against it as «nonsense» and Downing Street says it has been assured the US will not repeat the claims.
The US president was also asked if he regretted any of his regular tweets. He said «very seldom», adding that it was a way to «get round the media when it doesn't tell the truth».
The body language was at times awkward. In an earlier photo opportunity in the White House, Mrs Merkel asked him quietly: «Do you want a handshake?» He looked forwards with his hands clasped and did not reply.
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The US president and the German chancellor were standing on the same stage, but it often seemed they inhabited different political universes.
Donald Trump, once again, focused on the issues that he campaigned on — issues, he is quick to remind reporters, that won him the presidency. He was quick to talk about «fair» trade, immigration control, military strength and manufacturing jobs.
Angela Merkel, on the other hand, focused on the benefits of globalism, openness to refugees and the need to negotiate a «safe and secure solution for Ukraine».
Leaders find their way into politics «on different pathways», as Mrs Merkel pointed out, and that was clearly the case at the White House on Friday afternoon.
The fast-talking Mrs Merkel, steeped in policy details, stood in stark contrast to the staccato Mr Trump, who once again railed against unfair treatment at the hands of foreign trade negotiators and the domestic media.
Somehow these two very different individuals will have to find a way to work together on issues of global importance. This face-to-face meeting — complete with non-handshake and awkward body language — will likely prove to be only a tentative first step.
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Le Canard Enchaine alleged she was paid €831,400 (£710,000; $900,000) over several years for working as a parliamentary assistant but reportedly had no parliamentary pass. She was also alleged to have picked up €100,000 for writing a handful of articles for a literary journal.
The family has consistently denied the claims. Initially Mr Fillon said he would stand down as a candidate if his case was placed under formal investigation, but recently he insisted that he would fight on «until victory».
«The closer we get to the date of the presidential election, the more scandalous it would be to deprive the right and centre of a candidate,» he said.
In a combative speech, the Republican candidate vowed not to givemersin in but to fight to the end, urging voters to follow him.
Who is Francois Fillon?mersin
A former prime minister during Nicolas Sarkozy's presidency, he was selectedmersin late last year in national primaries held by the centre-right Republicans that attracted some four million voters.
For a time he was the favourite in the race to succeed Francois Hollandemersin as president, but then came the «fake jobs» allegations in satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaine.
He has slipped to third in the polls, behind far-right National Front (FN) leader Marine le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron.
His appearances have recently been accompanied by loud protestsmersin and he has accused the government of allowing the campaign to turn into «a climate of quasi civil war».

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For weeks, he has fought allegations that his wife was paid for years for work she did not do.mersin
He has now been summoned to appear before the judge, Serge Tournaire, on 15 March.mersin
«It's a political assassination,»mersin Mr Fillon complained.
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«But it's not just me that is being assassinated, it's themersin presidential election. The voices of millions of votes have been muzzled.»
Mr Fillon said he would respect the summons and tell themersin judge the truth.
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President Donald Trump has stood by claims he was wiretapped under Barack Obama, telling visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel: «At least we have something in common, perhaps.»
US intelligence agencies under Mr Obama reportedly monitored Mrs Merkel's phone, sparking an angry response.
But both Republican and Democratic congressional leaders have said they do not believe Mr Trump was wiretapped.
Mr Trump and Mrs Merkel have discussed key issues including Nato and trade.
Her visit had been scheduled for Tuesday but was postponed due to a snowstorm.
Mr Trump made his wire-tapping jibe in a joint press conference with Mrs Merkel. She gave a quizzical look.
He was also asked about a comment by White House press secretary Sean Spicer that the UK's GCHQ spy agency had carried out wiretapping on Mr Trump during the US election campaign.
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Mr Trump said Mr Spicer had been quoting a comment on Fox TV. The president said he had not offered an opinion on it, adding: «You shouldn't be talking to me, you should be talking to Fox.»
Fox later read out a statement on air, saying: «Fox News knows of no evidence of any kind that the now president of the United States was surveilled at any time in any way, full stop.»
GCHQ rejected the allegations against it as «nonsense» and Downing Street says it has been assured the US will not repeat the claims.
The US president was also asked if he regretted any of his regular tweets. He said «very seldom», adding that it was a way to «get round the media when it doesn't tell the truth».
The body language was at times awkward. In an earlier photo opportunity in the White House, Mrs Merkel asked him quietly: «Do you want a handshake?» He looked forwards with his hands clasped and did not reply.
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The US president and the German chancellor were standing on the same stage, but it often seemed they inhabited different political universes.
Donald Trump, once again, focused on the issues that he campaigned on — issues, he is quick to remind reporters, that won him the presidency. He was quick to talk about «fair» trade, immigration control, military strength and manufacturing jobs.
Angela Merkel, on the other hand, focused on the benefits of globalism, openness to refugees and the need to negotiate a «safe and secure solution for Ukraine».
Leaders find their way into politics «on different pathways», as Mrs Merkel pointed out, and that was clearly the case at the White House on Friday afternoon.
The fast-talking Mrs Merkel, steeped in policy details, stood in stark contrast to the staccato Mr Trump, who once again railed against unfair treatment at the hands of foreign trade negotiators and the domestic media.
Somehow these two very different individuals will have to find a way to work together on issues of global importance. This face-to-face meeting — complete with non-handshake and awkward body language — will likely prove to be only a tentative first step.
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Le Canard Enchaine alleged she was paid €831,400 (£710,000; $900,000) over several years for working as a parliamentary assistant but reportedly had no parliamentary pass. She was also alleged to have picked up €100,000 for writing a handful of articles for a literary journal.
The family has consistently denied the claims. Initially Mr Fillon said he would stand down as a candidate if his case was placed under formal investigation, but recently he insisted that he would fight on «until victory».
«The closer we get to the date of the presidential election, the more scandalous it would be to deprive the right and centre of a candidate,» he said.
In a combative speech, the Republican candidate vowed not to givemersin in but to fight to the end, urging voters to follow him.
Who is Francois Fillon?mersin
A former prime minister during Nicolas Sarkozy's presidency, he was selectedmersin late last year in national primaries held by the centre-right Republicans that attracted some four million voters.
For a time he was the favourite in the race to succeed Francois Hollandemersin as president, but then came the «fake jobs» allegations in satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaine.
He has slipped to third in the polls, behind far-right National Front (FN) leader Marine le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron.
His appearances have recently been accompanied by loud protestsmersin and he has accused the government of allowing the campaign to turn into «a climate of quasi civil war».

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For weeks, he has fought allegations that his wife was paid for years for work she did not do.mersin
He has now been summoned to appear before the judge, Serge Tournaire, on 15 March.mersin
«It's a political assassination,»mersin Mr Fillon complained.
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«But it's not just me that is being assassinated, it's themersin presidential election. The voices of millions of votes have been muzzled.»
Mr Fillon said he would respect the summons and tell themersin judge the truth.
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President Donald Trump has stood by claims he was wiretapped under Barack Obama, telling visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel: «At least we have something in common, perhaps.»
US intelligence agencies under Mr Obama reportedly monitored Mrs Merkel's phone, sparking an angry response.
But both Republican and Democratic congressional leaders have said they do not believe Mr Trump was wiretapped.
Mr Trump and Mrs Merkel have discussed key issues including Nato and trade.
Her visit had been scheduled for Tuesday but was postponed due to a snowstorm.
Mr Trump made his wire-tapping jibe in a joint press conference with Mrs Merkel. She gave a quizzical look.
He was also asked about a comment by White House press secretary Sean Spicer that the UK's GCHQ spy agency had carried out wiretapping on Mr Trump during the US election campaign.
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Mr Trump said Mr Spicer had been quoting a comment on Fox TV. The president said he had not offered an opinion on it, adding: «You shouldn't be talking to me, you should be talking to Fox.»
Fox later read out a statement on air, saying: «Fox News knows of no evidence of any kind that the now president of the United States was surveilled at any time in any way, full stop.»
GCHQ rejected the allegations against it as «nonsense» and Downing Street says it has been assured the US will not repeat the claims.
The US president was also asked if he regretted any of his regular tweets. He said «very seldom», adding that it was a way to «get round the media when it doesn't tell the truth».
The body language was at times awkward. In an earlier photo opportunity in the White House, Mrs Merkel asked him quietly: «Do you want a handshake?» He looked forwards with his hands clasped and did not reply.
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The US president and the German chancellor were standing on the same stage, but it often seemed they inhabited different political universes.
Donald Trump, once again, focused on the issues that he campaigned on — issues, he is quick to remind reporters, that won him the presidency. He was quick to talk about «fair» trade, immigration control, military strength and manufacturing jobs.
Angela Merkel, on the other hand, focused on the benefits of globalism, openness to refugees and the need to negotiate a «safe and secure solution for Ukraine».
Leaders find their way into politics «on different pathways», as Mrs Merkel pointed out, and that was clearly the case at the White House on Friday afternoon.
The fast-talking Mrs Merkel, steeped in policy details, stood in stark contrast to the staccato Mr Trump, who once again railed against unfair treatment at the hands of foreign trade negotiators and the domestic media.
Somehow these two very different individuals will have to find a way to work together on issues of global importance. This face-to-face meeting — complete with non-handshake and awkward body language — will likely prove to be only a tentative first step.
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Le Canard Enchaine alleged she was paid €831,400 (£710,000; $900,000) over several years for working as a parliamentary assistant but reportedly had no parliamentary pass. She was also alleged to have picked up €100,000 for writing a handful of articles for a literary journal.
The family has consistently denied the claims. Initially Mr Fillon said he would stand down as a candidate if his case was placed under formal investigation, but recently he insisted that he would fight on «until victory».
«The closer we get to the date of the presidential election, the more scandalous it would be to deprive the right and centre of a candidate,» he said.
In a combative speech, the Republican candidate vowed not to givemersin in but to fight to the end, urging voters to follow him.
Who is Francois Fillon?mersin
A former prime minister during Nicolas Sarkozy's presidency, he was selectedmersin late last year in national primaries held by the centre-right Republicans that attracted some four million voters.
For a time he was the favourite in the race to succeed Francois Hollandemersin as president, but then came the «fake jobs» allegations in satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaine.
He has slipped to third in the polls, behind far-right National Front (FN) leader Marine le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron.
His appearances have recently been accompanied by loud protestsmersin and he has accused the government of allowing the campaign to turn into «a climate of quasi civil war».

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For weeks, he has fought allegations that his wife was paid for years for work she did not do.mersin
He has now been summoned to appear before the judge, Serge Tournaire, on 15 March.mersin
«It's a political assassination,»mersin Mr Fillon complained.
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«But it's not just me that is being assassinated, it's themersin presidential election. The voices of millions of votes have been muzzled.»
Mr Fillon said he would respect the summons and tell themersin judge the truth.
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President Donald Trump has stood by claims he was wiretapped under Barack Obama, telling visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel: «At least we have something in common, perhaps.»
US intelligence agencies under Mr Obama reportedly monitored Mrs Merkel's phone, sparking an angry response.
But both Republican and Democratic congressional leaders have said they do not believe Mr Trump was wiretapped.
Mr Trump and Mrs Merkel have discussed key issues including Nato and trade.
Her visit had been scheduled for Tuesday but was postponed due to a snowstorm.
Mr Trump made his wire-tapping jibe in a joint press conference with Mrs Merkel. She gave a quizzical look.
He was also asked about a comment by White House press secretary Sean Spicer that the UK's GCHQ spy agency had carried out wiretapping on Mr Trump during the US election campaign.
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Mr Trump said Mr Spicer had been quoting a comment on Fox TV. The president said he had not offered an opinion on it, adding: «You shouldn't be talking to me, you should be talking to Fox.»
Fox later read out a statement on air, saying: «Fox News knows of no evidence of any kind that the now president of the United States was surveilled at any time in any way, full stop.»
GCHQ rejected the allegations against it as «nonsense» and Downing Street says it has been assured the US will not repeat the claims.
The US president was also asked if he regretted any of his regular tweets. He said «very seldom», adding that it was a way to «get round the media when it doesn't tell the truth».
The body language was at times awkward. In an earlier photo opportunity in the White House, Mrs Merkel asked him quietly: «Do you want a handshake?» He looked forwards with his hands clasped and did not reply.
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The US president and the German chancellor were standing on the same stage, but it often seemed they inhabited different political universes.
Donald Trump, once again, focused on the issues that he campaigned on — issues, he is quick to remind reporters, that won him the presidency. He was quick to talk about «fair» trade, immigration control, military strength and manufacturing jobs.
Angela Merkel, on the other hand, focused on the benefits of globalism, openness to refugees and the need to negotiate a «safe and secure solution for Ukraine».
Leaders find their way into politics «on different pathways», as Mrs Merkel pointed out, and that was clearly the case at the White House on Friday afternoon.
The fast-talking Mrs Merkel, steeped in policy details, stood in stark contrast to the staccato Mr Trump, who once again railed against unfair treatment at the hands of foreign trade negotiators and the domestic media.
Somehow these two very different individuals will have to find a way to work together on issues of global importance. This face-to-face meeting — complete with non-handshake and awkward body language — will likely prove to be only a tentative first step.
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Le Canard Enchaine alleged she was paid €831,400 (£710,000; $900,000) over several years for working as a parliamentary assistant but reportedly had no parliamentary pass. She was also alleged to have picked up €100,000 for writing a handful of articles for a literary journal.
The family has consistently denied the claims. Initially Mr Fillon said he would stand down as a candidate if his case was placed under formal investigation, but recently he insisted that he would fight on «until victory».
«The closer we get to the date of the presidential election, the more scandalous it would be to deprive the right and centre of a candidate,» he said.
In a combative speech, the Republican candidate vowed not to givemersin in but to fight to the end, urging voters to follow him.
Who is Francois Fillon?mersin
A former prime minister during Nicolas Sarkozy's presidency, he was selectedmersin late last year in national primaries held by the centre-right Republicans that attracted some four million voters.
For a time he was the favourite in the race to succeed Francois Hollandemersin as president, but then came the «fake jobs» allegations in satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaine.
He has slipped to third in the polls, behind far-right National Front (FN) leader Marine le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron.
His appearances have recently been accompanied by loud protestsmersin and he has accused the government of allowing the campaign to turn into «a climate of quasi civil war».

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For weeks, he has fought allegations that his wife was paid for years for work she did not do.mersin
He has now been summoned to appear before the judge, Serge Tournaire, on 15 March.mersin
«It's a political assassination,»mersin Mr Fillon complained.
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«But it's not just me that is being assassinated, it's themersin presidential election. The voices of millions of votes have been muzzled.»
Mr Fillon said he would respect the summons and tell themersin judge the truth.
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President Donald Trump has stood by claims he was wiretapped under Barack Obama, telling visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel: «At least we have something in common, perhaps.»
US intelligence agencies under Mr Obama reportedly monitored Mrs Merkel's phone, sparking an angry response.
But both Republican and Democratic congressional leaders have said they do not believe Mr Trump was wiretapped.
Mr Trump and Mrs Merkel have discussed key issues including Nato and trade.
Her visit had been scheduled for Tuesday but was postponed due to a snowstorm.
Mr Trump made his wire-tapping jibe in a joint press conference with Mrs Merkel. She gave a quizzical look.
He was also asked about a comment by White House press secretary Sean Spicer that the UK's GCHQ spy agency had carried out wiretapping on Mr Trump during the US election campaign.
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Mr Trump said Mr Spicer had been quoting a comment on Fox TV. The president said he had not offered an opinion on it, adding: «You shouldn't be talking to me, you should be talking to Fox.»
Fox later read out a statement on air, saying: «Fox News knows of no evidence of any kind that the now president of the United States was surveilled at any time in any way, full stop.»
GCHQ rejected the allegations against it as «nonsense» and Downing Street says it has been assured the US will not repeat the claims.
The US president was also asked if he regretted any of his regular tweets. He said «very seldom», adding that it was a way to «get round the media when it doesn't tell the truth».
The body language was at times awkward. In an earlier photo opportunity in the White House, Mrs Merkel asked him quietly: «Do you want a handshake?» He looked forwards with his hands clasped and did not reply.
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The US president and the German chancellor were standing on the same stage, but it often seemed they inhabited different political universes.
Donald Trump, once again, focused on the issues that he campaigned on — issues, he is quick to remind reporters, that won him the presidency. He was quick to talk about «fair» trade, immigration control, military strength and manufacturing jobs.
Angela Merkel, on the other hand, focused on the benefits of globalism, openness to refugees and the need to negotiate a «safe and secure solution for Ukraine».
Leaders find their way into politics «on different pathways», as Mrs Merkel pointed out, and that was clearly the case at the White House on Friday afternoon.
The fast-talking Mrs Merkel, steeped in policy details, stood in stark contrast to the staccato Mr Trump, who once again railed against unfair treatment at the hands of foreign trade negotiators and the domestic media.
Somehow these two very different individuals will have to find a way to work together on issues of global importance. This face-to-face meeting — complete with non-handshake and awkward body language — will likely prove to be only a tentative first step.
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Le Canard Enchaine alleged she was paid €831,400 (£710,000; $900,000) over several years for working as a parliamentary assistant but reportedly had no parliamentary pass. She was also alleged to have picked up €100,000 for writing a handful of articles for a literary journal.
The family has consistently denied the claims. Initially Mr Fillon said he would stand down as a candidate if his case was placed under formal investigation, but recently he insisted that he would fight on «until victory».
«The closer we get to the date of the presidential election, the more scandalous it would be to deprive the right and centre of a candidate,» he said.
In a combative speech, the Republican candidate vowed not to givemersin in but to fight to the end, urging voters to follow him.
Who is Francois Fillon?mersin
A former prime minister during Nicolas Sarkozy's presidency, he was selectedmersin late last year in national primaries held by the centre-right Republicans that attracted some four million voters.
For a time he was the favourite in the race to succeed Francois Hollandemersin as president, but then came the «fake jobs» allegations in satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaine.
He has slipped to third in the polls, behind far-right National Front (FN) leader Marine le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron.
His appearances have recently been accompanied by loud protestsmersin and he has accused the government of allowing the campaign to turn into «a climate of quasi civil war».

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For weeks, he has fought allegations that his wife was paid for years for work she did not do.mersin
He has now been summoned to appear before the judge, Serge Tournaire, on 15 March.mersin
«It's a political assassination,»mersin Mr Fillon complained.
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«But it's not just me that is being assassinated, it's themersin presidential election. The voices of millions of votes have been muzzled.»
Mr Fillon said he would respect the summons and tell themersin judge the truth.
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President Donald Trump has stood by claims he was wiretapped under Barack Obama, telling visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel: «At least we have something in common, perhaps.»
US intelligence agencies under Mr Obama reportedly monitored Mrs Merkel's phone, sparking an angry response.
But both Republican and Democratic congressional leaders have said they do not believe Mr Trump was wiretapped.
Mr Trump and Mrs Merkel have discussed key issues including Nato and trade.
Her visit had been scheduled for Tuesday but was postponed due to a snowstorm.
Mr Trump made his wire-tapping jibe in a joint press conference with Mrs Merkel. She gave a quizzical look.
He was also asked about a comment by White House press secretary Sean Spicer that the UK's GCHQ spy agency had carried out wiretapping on Mr Trump during the US election campaign.
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Mr Trump said Mr Spicer had been quoting a comment on Fox TV. The president said he had not offered an opinion on it, adding: «You shouldn't be talking to me, you should be talking to Fox.»
Fox later read out a statement on air, saying: «Fox News knows of no evidence of any kind that the now president of the United States was surveilled at any time in any way, full stop.»
GCHQ rejected the allegations against it as «nonsense» and Downing Street says it has been assured the US will not repeat the claims.
The US president was also asked if he regretted any of his regular tweets. He said «very seldom», adding that it was a way to «get round the media when it doesn't tell the truth».
The body language was at times awkward. In an earlier photo opportunity in the White House, Mrs Merkel asked him quietly: «Do you want a handshake?» He looked forwards with his hands clasped and did not reply.
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The US president and the German chancellor were standing on the same stage, but it often seemed they inhabited different political universes.
Donald Trump, once again, focused on the issues that he campaigned on — issues, he is quick to remind reporters, that won him the presidency. He was quick to talk about «fair» trade, immigration control, military strength and manufacturing jobs.
Angela Merkel, on the other hand, focused on the benefits of globalism, openness to refugees and the need to negotiate a «safe and secure solution for Ukraine».
Leaders find their way into politics «on different pathways», as Mrs Merkel pointed out, and that was clearly the case at the White House on Friday afternoon.
The fast-talking Mrs Merkel, steeped in policy details, stood in stark contrast to the staccato Mr Trump, who once again railed against unfair treatment at the hands of foreign trade negotiators and the domestic media.
Somehow these two very different individuals will have to find a way to work together on issues of global importance. This face-to-face meeting — complete with non-handshake and awkward body language — will likely prove to be only a tentative first step.
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Le Canard Enchaine alleged she was paid €831,400 (£710,000; $900,000) over several years for working as a parliamentary assistant but reportedly had no parliamentary pass. She was also alleged to have picked up €100,000 for writing a handful of articles for a literary journal.
The family has consistently denied the claims. Initially Mr Fillon said he would stand down as a candidate if his case was placed under formal investigation, but recently he insisted that he would fight on «until victory».
«The closer we get to the date of the presidential election, the more scandalous it would be to deprive the right and centre of a candidate,» he said.
In a combative speech, the Republican candidate vowed not to givemersin in but to fight to the end, urging voters to follow him.
Who is Francois Fillon?mersin
A former prime minister during Nicolas Sarkozy's presidency, he was selectedmersin late last year in national primaries held by the centre-right Republicans that attracted some four million voters.
For a time he was the favourite in the race to succeed Francois Hollandemersin as president, but then came the «fake jobs» allegations in satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaine.
He has slipped to third in the polls, behind far-right National Front (FN) leader Marine le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron.
His appearances have recently been accompanied by loud protestsmersin and he has accused the government of allowing the campaign to turn into «a climate of quasi civil war».