Gabriel Attal: Gilles Bouleau rows live to pull the worms from the Prime Minister’s nose

Gabriel Attal: Gilles Bouleau rows live to pull the worms from the Prime Minister’s nose
Gabriel Attal: Gilles Bouleau rows live to pull the worms from the Prime Minister’s nose

Forty-eight hours after Emmanuel Macron’s announcement of a dissolution of the National Assembly, Gabriel Attal was the guest on TF1’s 8 p.m. This June 11, the Prime Minister came to address the French on the sidelines of the new legislative elections.

The news presenter, Gilles Bouleau, sometimes had difficulty obtaining concrete answers to his questions.

Gilles Bouleau takes out the oars so that Gabriel Attal answers his questions

On June 30 and July 7, the French are once again called to vote for legislative elections. Indeed, on June 9, after the overwhelming victory of the National Rally for Europeans, Emmanuel Macron announced that he would dissolve the National Assembly. The party having obtained the majority will then have to organize a government. The party of the President of the Republic and the current government, Renaissance, risks losing its majority. But Gabriel Attal, invited to the TF1 set this June 11, seems to think the opposite. The Prime Minister assured live that he had come to speak directly to the French. “We want to continue to act for their purchasing power, for their jobs, for their security” announced the former Minister of Education.

You won’t get there alone, Who are you going to make alliances with? It’s not nonsense, it’s not political cooking, it concerns the French” declared Gilles Bouleau. A question to which the Prime Minister did not answer, assuring that he only wants to address the French. The TF1 presenter then insists by retorting that he needs a majoritywhat do you do if you don’t have it?“.”But we will act to have itGilles Bouleau” launched Gabriel Attal.

Gabriel Attal refuses to comment on a possible failure of his party in the legislative elections

The journalist, who definitely did not have a real answer to his question, then asks his guest if his party intends to reach out to socialists or right-wing people of good will. “By reaching out to the French“, then assured the Prime Minister, clearly annoyed. “Always starting from the French, their expectations and their concerns. By going to convince them everywhere on the ground” he continued.

Gabriel Attal

then declared on the 8 p.m. set of TF1: “the dream that is sold by the extreme left as well as the extreme right would lead us to chaos, disorder and ruin“. Gilles Bouleau, faced with a self-confident Prime Minister, then questions him one last time: “But what happens if you don’t have the majority?“.”I don’t do political fictionwe fight to convince (…) you will quickly see the results and the conclusions that we draw” finally declared Gabriel Attal.
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