With near perfect precision, Marine Le Pen, the incumbent leader of the National Front, a far-right, extremist political party in France, has reproduced a campaign of nativism and hatred, resembling that of Donald Trump in nearly all of its idiosyncrasies, in her bid for the presidency. Le Pen's campaign has reignited seemingly dormant racist sympathies, has legitimized the various arguments of fringe zealots in France, and has pushed its populist sentiment globally, in an attempt to further solidify the dark presence of the far-right across the world. Although Le Pen's support still remains meager in comparison with that of her opponent and former Prime Minister of France, François Fillon, a prominent member of the French Republicans, her message has dramatically shifted the focus of the election as a whole, has further promulgated vicious nativism globally, and has all but guaranteed victory for the right. But following Trump's victory in the United States presidential election, Le Pen has unabashedly imitated him and has shamelessly paraded her intolerance for all to see. Now Le Pen sees no reason to hide her bigotry, her envy of Trump, or her infatuation with autocrats. The only thing she could do to make her impersonation of Trump more obvious, would be to wear a bright yellow wig while campaigning.