The Prime Minister was the guest of the program “On est en direct”, hosted by Laurent Ruquier. If the former mayor of Prades, in the Pyrénées-Orientales, returned to the hot issues of the start of the school year, he also offered some unusual sequences.

Jean Castex was the guest of “On est en direct”, Laurent Ruquier’s program broadcast on France 2 this Saturday evening September 4. The Prime Minister participated for the first time in the show, which made its comeback for the occasion in the presence of his new columnist Léa Salamé.

And Jean Castex was very relaxed throughout the show, even going so far as to call the two hosts several times by their first names, Laurent and Léa. The latter will even be qualified as a “trainee” by the Prime Minister. “She is a very good intern” thus launched the former mayor of Prades, in the Pyrénées-Orientales.

“A very good intern …” I sensed that Leah Salamé was about to say “fuck you” to Castex ud83d ude05. #OEED

If he probably wanted to refer to his recent arrival on the show, the qualifier was only moderately appreciated by the journalist, used to political platforms. Another unusual moment, Jean Castex agreed to wish a happy birthday to his companion, pushed by Laurent Ruquier. “Happy birthday darling! I’m coming,” said the Prime Minister at the very end of the program.

Jean Castex also mentioned the sensitive issues of the start of the school year. On the health crisis, he welcomed the government decisions. “Things are better, we must remain vigilant but things are better thanks to the vaccines. We are managing this crisis, I think, in the most serious way possible by protecting our fellow citizens”, reaffirming in passing the usefulness of the health pass.

While thousands of French people took to the streets again on September 4 for an eighth Saturday of mobilization against the health pass, the Prime Minister wanted to be a diplomat on the set of “We are live”.

“We have every right to demonstrate and to be against the health pass. We do not have the right to use these reasons to make anti-Semitic remarks. We do not have the right to the reason that we are anti-ax to go and set fire to vaccination centers, we are not allowed on the grounds that we are anti-pass to physically attack a cafe server, we are not allowed because we are anti-tax to make false appointments in a vaccination center to create a traffic jam at the risk of expiring the doses of vaccines. In antivax, there are people who do not know, who are scared and you should never be laughed at people who are afraid. “

Finally, on the back-to-school allowance, the politician did not want to continue the controversy launched by his Minister of Education. Jean-Michel Blanquer a few days ago proposed that the re-entry bonus be paid in vouchers to avoid abuses. “What matters most is that the people who receive this allowance are entitled to it. It is a purchasing power measure intended to help families in need. It is a useful measure.”

Here is a poor quality article:
Mr Castex treated Léa Salamé as a trainee in a good-natured atmosphere, because Laurent Ruquier himself, at the start of the program, introduced Léa Salamé as his trainee while laughing. The Prime Minister just bounced off the joke with a benevolent tone.
When you put: “If he probably wanted to refer to his recent arrival on the show, the qualifier was only moderately appreciated by the journalist, used to political platforms. “Does that imply that you interviewed him? Where is this interview?
There was a time when the profession of a journalist was serious: this article shows that the author is doing an article on a talk show that he has not even seen!

Ref: https://www.midilibre.fr