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Thursday September 23, Michel Drucker was the guest of Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine in C à vous. The host spoke of a legendary interview with a famous politician who particularly marked him.
For all the political personalities on television, for more than 20 years there is an obligatory passage: the red couch by Michel Drucker. The historic host of Vivement dimanche received the biggest names on his show, including the Presidents of the Republic, from Jacques Chirac to François Hollande through Nicolas Sarkozy … but also losing candidates for the Elysee Palace. In 2008, when she had just bowed in the second round of the presidential election against the husband of Carla Bruni, Ségolène Royal was on the set of France 2. An interview that remains engraved in the memory of Michel Drucker.
The Socialist indeed delivers without taboos on the infidelities of his former companion, who will manage to him to be elected at the top of the State: François Hollande. Guest of Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine in C à vous Thursday, September 23, Michel Drucker returned with emotion to this sequence which had upset viewers: “It was incredible. I absolutely did not ask him a question, I told him ‘it’ was a bit complicated time ‘, this is not my cup of tea politicians’ bedroom, and there she pulls this out,’ you know it’s very painful, to know that you are being cheated, there is many women watching who have experienced what I have experienced ‘”, says the host, particularly moved after having rediscovered these images.
But the big surprise will come later for Michel Drucker: “At the end of the show I thought she would tell me to cut that. Not at all. It was incredible, I was flabbergasted”, recalls- he. A period “rock n’roll” for Ségolène Royal believes the host of France 2 that will live a few years later a certain Valérie Trierweiler, also painfully touched by the infidelities of the former head of state who will leave her to remake his life with Julie Gayet …
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