Leader of the French nationalist right-wing National Front (FN) political party. Born August 5, 1968, she is the daughter of party founder Jean-Marie Le Pen.
A lawyer by profession, Marine Le Pen joined the FN in 1986. She became party leader, succeeding her father, in 2010, elected with more than 65 percent of members' votes. This page collates DW's latest content related to Marine Le Pen.
More jobs, more growth - it's with this promise that Emmanuel Macron made it to the Elysee Palace. Exactly one year ago, he triumphed against the Front National's Marine Le Pen. But has he kept to his promise? Are the French better off one year after Macron's landslide victory?
The group hailed the elderly French MEP as "our guide and leader for the oncoming struggles and victories!" The National Front co-founder has been an independent since his daughter kicked him out of the party in 2015.
The far-right party must transform into a "rallying point to form a majority," Le Pen said at a party congress. She has tried to capitalize on a newfound visibility after her near-success at the presidential election.
Former lawmaker Marion Marechal-Le Pen railed against the European Union and Islam in her speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference. The 28-year-old is a rising star among far-right conservatives in France.
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, the niece of far-right National Front leader Marine, will speak at CPAC, taking the stage after US Vice President Mike Pence. Moderate Republicans have expressed concern at the invite.
Five months after leaving Marine Le Pen's far-right National Front, Florian Philippot held the first congress of his Patriotes movement. He made his opening speech to a few hundred of the 6,500 members he claims.