“My presidential crush”: this candidate who found favor in the eyes of Cyril Hanouna

The day after the arrival of Valérie Pécresse in Face à Baba, Cyril Hanouna and his columnists decided to debrief the performance of the candidate LR on the plateau of Touche not at my post this Thursday, March 24. But the host of C8 took advantage of this debate to give the name of another candidate that he particularly likes.

The revelation of this election? This Wednesday, March 23, Cyril Hanouna presented a new number of Facing Baba. For the occasion, the host of C8 received on his set the candidate Les Républicains in the presidential election Valerie Pécresse. A long interview on which Cyril Hanouna wished to return in Do not touch My TV this Thursday, March 24, and which, it seems, did not convince all the columnists.

As he returned to the best moments of the interview, the host of TPMP wanted to mention one of them. “Among the very strong duels last night, there was the face-to-face with Fabien Rousselhe launched, before indulging in some confidences about the communist candidate: “So I don’t do politics, but me, Fabien Roussel, it’s really my favorite of this election. I love it”.

Cyril Hanouna: “You listen to him, he speaks, you are caught up”

Cyril Hanouna added that he did not understand “not why he’s not higher in the polls”.I found it amazing. You listen to him, he speaks, you are caught up”continued the host, admitting that he also found it “very handsome boy”. Facing him, Géraldine Maillet still wanted to bring a nuance. “He was very bad in Au tableau !!! On Stalin, if you put him on the right side or the wrong side, he said ‘I hesitate'”lamented the columnist.

The latter referred to a sequence in the program produced by Mélissa Theuriau, where presidential candidates are questioned by children. In this one, Fabien Roussel lent himself to a game: classify current or historical communist figures between “comrade” and “not comrade”. As the leader of the PCF held the portrait of Joseph Stalin in his hand, he seemed very hesitant.On the one hand, he participated in the liberation of Europe. On the other hand, he was responsible for millions of deaths in his country with the creation of the gulags. So I don’t know what we can do”he launched, before asking the students: “What do we remember from him?”. “That he killed millions of people”, then retorted one of them. A remark that finally led Fabien Roussel to finally place the Soviet leader in the “not comrade” category.


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