The far-Right French firebrand tipped to become his country's new President has described the English as 'our greatest enemies for a thousand years' and attacked the D-Day landings.
Eric Zemmour, who has convictions for spreading racial hatred, launched his outspoken attack during a speech in Normandy.
Turning his fire on the Allied landings of June 6 1944 that ultimately freed his country from the Nazis, the 63-year-old said: 'D-Day was an enterprise of liberation but also of occupation and colonisation by the Americans.'
Zemmour also used Friday's rally in Rouen, the capital of Normandy, to reference the English as France's 'greatest enemies for a thousand years'.
Earlier in the week he appeared to mock the Queen by posting a 28-year-old picture of her looking down the barrel of a