On Friday, Mr Villani said the "undignified attack" that led to Mr Griveaux's withdrawal was a "serious threat to our democracy" and offered his support to the former candidate and his family. Mr Villani refused, triggering his exclusion from the ruling party. The ambitious Mr Griveaux helped found the Republic on the Move LREM party, but recent polls showed him trailing in third place in Paris, which Mr Macron won comfortably in the presidential election. He said he got the video from a "source" who had a consensual relationship with Mr Griveaux. Socialist Mayor Anne Hidalgo, who leads the race in opinion polls, called for "the respect of privacy and of people. Wresting control of the capital would be a huge prize for Mr Macron as he seeks to consolidate his base ahead of an expected re-election bid in
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