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>> I would like to tell you that I could not find the words to express my disgust of the object nature of his allegations. I have been in politics for over thirty years, I know its rules. I have a thick skin. I knew the standing for presidential elections.
I was going to be confronted with all sorts of slanders accusations, but not this one. Not attacking my wife to get to me.>> French prosecutor open a probe into the allegations. Fillon will explain to them what his wife did. He says she did work including proofreading speeches and meeting people on his behalf.
Fillon says this scandal won't stop his campaign.>> It makes me more determined that there is something rotten in our democracy.>> Polls still have Fillon as favorite to win the country's top job, though his lead is narrowing. The full impact of this scandal yet to show up in the ratings.