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France’s Macron under fire after aide caught hitting May Day protester PARIS (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron came under fire on Thursday after his office suspended one of his aides who was caught on camera striking a May Day protester, but did not inform law enforcement authorities. Emmanuel Macron at the Paris book fair, France, March 24, 2017. Picture taken March 24, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer Critics said the incident reinforced perceptions of a leader out of touch with ordinary people in France, coming on the heels of controversies over government spending on official crockery, a swimming pool built at a presidential retreat, and cutting remarks by Macron about the costs of welfare. A video from a May Day rally released by Le Monde newspaper showed a man wearing a police helmet and identification tag dragging a woman away and then striking a demonstrator. He was later recognized as a member of the French presidency staff. “The staff member, Alexandre Benalla, had been given permission to witness the demonstrations only as an observer,” presidential spokesman Bruno Roger-Petit said in a hastily arranged video statement. “Clearly, he went beyond this…He was immediately summoned by the president’s chief of staff and given a 15-day suspension. This came as punishment for unacceptable behavior.” The Paris prosecutor, which was unaware of the matter before Thursday, launched a preliminary investigation against Benalla on suspicion of violence, usurping the function of a police officer and using signs reserved for public authorities. Alexandre Benalla, French presidential aide, is seen during the May Day labour union rally in Paris, France May 1, 2018. Picture taken May 1, 2018.
Now David Neeleman, founder of JetBlue and a major investor in the Portuguese airline TAP and Brazilian carrier Azul, says he is leading a group of investors to create a new airline in the United States. “After years of U.S. airline consolidation, the conditions are improving for a new generation of U.S. airlines to emerge, focused on passengers, service and satisfaction,” he said in a statement. The investors group made a commitment with European aircraft manufacturer Airbus to buy 60 A220-300 jets, with deliveries to begin in 2021. The last new airline to launch in the United States with regularly scheduled commercial flights was Virgin America in 2007. It was acquired by Alaska Airlines in 2016 and is being absorbed by the Seattle-based carrier. Neeleman has not publicly elaborated on his plans, but Airline Weekly, citing unnamed sources, reported that the new carrier will be called Moxy and will be backed with $100 million in start-up funding provided by Neeleman and other industry investors. The airline industry is strong, but dark clouds are on the horizon for U.S.
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