The time to go back to school has sounded for Léa Salamé and Nicolas Demorand on France Inter, at the head of the most popular morning show in the country. But with the approach of the presidential election, the journalist is preparing for a year that is not necessarily the most serene!
Léa Salamé without filter! While the journalist begins this Monday, August 30 a new season at the head of the morning of France Inter in the company of his accomplice Nicolas Demorand, she confides in the columns of Liberation to take stock of the year to come. A media season which does not risk, to listen to it, to be of any rest … In particular in the political context which promises to be explosive, and the presidential election next spring. Among our colleagues, the journalist therefore says “both serene and worried. With the presidential election, it is certain that there is a particular feverishness. More feverish than a usual campaign.”
As the journalist knows, she will be particularly exposed. In addition to the morning show at the public service station, she will be at the helm in the company of Thomas Sotto of the new format of the program Vous ont la parole, renamed for the occasion Elysée 2022, but also alongside Laurent Ruquier, who is back on track for a new season of On est en direct, his weekly Saturday program, which will be broadcast from this Saturday, September 4. For the occasion, the duo also succeeded in a nice way, by bringing in the Prime Minister, Jean Castex!
“Do you think people will see me too much, is that it?” launches Léa Salamé, who left her role as regular columnist of We are not lying almost six years ago. “Don’t worry, it’s been a few years since I settled my narcissism problems. I stopped Stupéfiant (on France 5, editor’s note), I’m doing We’re live, it balances out. My ‘main job’ it remains the morning “, she assures on the other hand in Libé. A busy schedule that in any case does not risk to impress him! Especially since Léa Salamé has had training in recent years, as she recently confided about a very tense exchange with former President Nicolas Sarkozy …
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