Paris 2024 claim to have already built relations with all the parties vying for power in next year's French Presidential election, including the National Front led by Marine Le Pen.
Bid leaders from the French capital were speaking here ahead of their first official presentations during tomorrow's Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) General Assembly where Paris, along with rivals Budapest and Los Angeles, are due to make their first international presentations.
Since the election of Donald Trump as United States President last week, speculation has mounted that Le Pen may have an improved chance in the French elections due to take place in April and May next year.
This is despite an electoral system in which a second round run-off system is likely to work against her even if she is successful in the first round.
Paris' bid team will then only have four months to work with the new leader before the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Session is due to take place in Lima on September 13, when a host city will be chosen.
France's current President François Hollande, a member of the Socialist Party, who attended Rio 2016 to support Paris' bid for 2024, is among other expected contenders.
The Republicans are expected to choose former President Nicholas Sarkozy, Alain Juppe or François Fillon as its candidate.
A run-off will be held between the top two candidates on May 7.
But Paris claim that all of the necessary pledges from all levels of Parliament, Regional and National Governments have been put into place and that they will be able to work with whoever is elected.
"People will decide and vote, but there is no concern at all about this because they are all In favour," said co-bid leader Tony Estanguet.
"Since the beginning we have had a strong strategy on this part.
"We have the support of all political leaders."
Paris 2024 claimed to have already had "exchanges" with the the far-right National Front, whose policies include economic protectionism, a zero tolerance approach to law and order issues and opposition to immigration
As well as providing guarantees, the leader of a country can also play a key role in last ditch lobbying of IOC members ahead of final vote.
A poor performance by then French President Jacques Chirac during the IOC Session at Singapore in 2005 in comparison to that given by British Prime Minister Tony Blair is widely considered a key reason for London being awarded the 2012 Games ahead of Paris.
As well as Le Pen, it may also be difficult for Sarkozy to rebuild relations with some IOC members given how he publicly threatened a boycott of the Opening Ceremony of Beijing 2008 due to Chinese violence when dealing with protesters in Tibet.
Estanguet, the three-time Olympic canoe slalom champion and now the vice-chair of the IOC Athletes' Commission, admitted political support will be especially important in ensuring a strong response to the question of security.
He revealed they "get a lot of questions on this topic" from the Olympic Movement.
Providing such reassurances was one of the reasons why Hollande came to Rio 2016, he said.