People are looking for (and electing) people with dignity and class, people who want to work for their country rather than for Mother Russia.
It's widely known that Western leaders are always studied for the priorities of their administrations by what the do within their first 100 days in office and especially which foreign leaders they make contact with early on.
Macron was assumed office on the 14th of May. Here is what was on his agenda only four days later:French President Macron talks to Putin, faces media uproar
Macron talked by phone with Putin about possible cooperation on international issues, including the fight against terrorism. The Kremlin said in a statement that the two voiced readiness to develop "traditionally friendly" economic, political and cultural ties.
Oh, and Macron is going to meet with Trump on the 25th of May. One headline described it as a "'lengthy' Brussels get-to-know-you lunch".
I couldn't find anything about Macron making it a priority to meet with Polish officials at all let alone make first contact.
No surprise then that the absurd claims made here on PF by a certain non-Polish anti-Poland leftist contingent that Macron will be good for Poland have been proven once again to be completely wrong:Mood in Poland shifts after Macron's victory in France
Macron's election victory...may have put "some magic in the air" in Berlin, but in Poland his triumph has poisoned the atmosphere...Macron exacerbated matters by using Poland as as a weapon with which to emphasise his own liberal pro-Europeanism
Macron was never going to be good for Poland and his election was nothing more than a victory for Moscow.
So once again, will those who gave their endorsement for Macron now withdraw their support for him and apologize to the forum as well for backing a foreign leader who is no friend to Poland?