Right-wing French former parliamentarian Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, in a speech Thursday, warned the Conservative Political Action Conference of the dangers of mass migration from Islamic countries and said that France should embrace a version of President Trump's "America First."

The 28-year-old niece of failed 2017 French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, and granddaughter of far-right National Front's founder Jean-Marie Le Pen, offered a European nationalist-populist slant on the American conservative outlook in her address.

Framing the French struggle as a modern day fight for independence against the European Union, she said the French are not free to choose their own policies as control had been handed to the big government bloc. In doing so, she said she wanted to see France adopt the nationalist-populist slogans that President Trump uses.

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