Manuel Valls has in fact committed to spending even more than
that should France’s Olympic bid win out

Now that Rome has told the 2024 Olympics that its presence is not welcome, here comes Paris, thirsty to

dump all its euros into the hands of the rich and powerful; one billion euros ($1,117,345,000) to be

precise.

TOPSHOT - French Prime minister Manuel Valls is pictured during a session of Questions to the Government, on January 13, 2016 at the French National Assembly in Paris.   / AFP / DOMINIQUE FAGET        (Photo credit should read DOMINIQUE FAGET/AFP/Getty Images)

Manuel Valls has in fact committed to spending even more than
that should France’s Olympic bid win out

Now that Rome has told the 2024 Olympics that its presence is not welcome, here comes Paris, thirsty to

dump all its euros into the hands of the rich and powerful; one billion euros ($1,117,345,000) to be

precise.

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