This presidential election will leave many scars. From her failed meeting to her appeal for donations, Valérie Pécresse took the blows and criticism with dignity and suffering, as revealed by her relatives in the columns of the Parisian.
Valérie Pécresse turns the page with difficulty. After having lived through a tumultuous electoral campaign, the candidate of the party The Republicans door the weight of his crushing defeat in the first round of the presidential. Credited with 4.78% of the votes and crumbling under debt, the president of the Île-de-France region very quickly became the laughingstock of the political sphere. Numerous criticisms that Valérie Pécresse took painfully and without a word, as reported by one of her relatives to our colleagues from ParisianSunday, May 8. “She is on Twitter a lot, she was hurting herself a little bit”. And to add: “But she suffered in silence, she does not pour out…”.
If she did not pour out her strong attacks, the 54-year-old politician “was hurt by being ridiculed during the campaign”, confessed an elected official in the columns of the daily. From her failed big meeting to her appeal for donations, the wife of Jérôme Pécresse has never ceased to be the target of strong ridicule on social networks. Although touched by his mockery, the mother of the family never let anything show. However, Valérie Pécresse is indeed bruised. “She is the best student in the class, she has this pride. So hearing she sucks is the worst for her“, deciphered this same elected. A dignified attitude and “courageous” which arouses the admiration of certain members of his party. What reassure a little time, the fallen candidate.
Valérie Pécresse ready to return to the political scene
A few days after his historic defeat in the presidential election, Valérie Pécresse needed to take off. In order to be able to fully concentrate on her appeal for donations, the former Budget Minister took time for herself. “She needs to breathe and settle her debtsnow is not the time to bother him”said Jean-François Copé, the mayor of Meaux, in the columns of the WorldSaturday, May 7.
Two days after the breakup, the president of Île-de-France flew to Spain, her husband, Jérôme, and her three children offered her a stay in a luxurious fitness center. Since his return, she continues her life and continues to rest with her family. She walks with her husband and has dined one-on-one with each of her three children. The unfortunate candidate also resumed her yoga classes and read Our hostage in Acapulcothe latest novel by Jean-Christophe Rufin, who supported her in the presidential election. A few days away from the political scene which were beneficial to him. When one of her advisers asked her what to say to people who asked about her, she replied: “Tell them I got back on my horse.”
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