“When you look at the details you can see that the French want to get back more of their sovereignty.
“If you look at the Covid-19 crisis, it is a sovereignty issue also.
“Why is it a sovereignty issue? Because with the European Union ideology they didn’t want to close the borders when you had to at the beginning.
“If they had done this there would be much fewer cases, it was crazy not to do it.
“Regarding the hospitals, the European Union is constantly asking countries to reduce their health spending so we lost some things that would have been very useful during such a crisis.”
Mr Gallois also argued unless France begins addressing these frustrations, the Frexit movement will grow.
He also insisted France would also receive bad social and economic reforms from the bloc, further pushing the Frexit movement.
“It will be an issue if France continues to transfer sovereignty powers to the European Union.
“Emmanuel Macron has a terrible mandate.
“If you look at it he wants to take out more sovereignty from France, more sovereignty in terms of the army.
“The crazy idea of the European army and to let France share some powers.”