Dissatisfied with the interview with Emmanuel Macron granted to TF1, Jean-Luc Mélenchon took the floor on Twitter, this Thursday, June 16. A message from “bad faith” which did not go unnoticed.
When he is not happy, Jean-Luc Mélenchon lets it be known. And very often, it’s on Twitter thathe expresses his anger, like this Thursday, June 16. A few hours before Emmanuel Macron’s exclusive interview with journalist Marie Chantrait for TF1’s 8 p.m. newspaper, the head of France Insoumise is getting annoyed. After his slip calling the “fachos not angry” to vote for him, the socialist wondered about the social network: “So the president has TF1 at 8 p.m. in addition to the official tarmacs. What about me? In addition to social networks, I have access to TF1 too?”
A speech that provoked strong reactions. On Twitter, Internet users reminded him that Emmanuel Macron speaks as Head of State and chief of the armies after his trip to Ukraine, and not to defend the Together party for the legislative elections. Others point out that Jean-Luc Mélenchon is not even a candidate for the National Assembly and that, contrary to his wishes, Emmanuel Macron did not elect him Prime Minister. Finally, a user invited him to delete his tweet “clumsy”. And even in his camp, his speech does not pass: “You still abuse, you still go through a lot of media without being a candidate! I vote for NUPES, but I must not abuse bad faith”.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon compares Emmanuel Macron to Donald Trump
When it comes to Emmanuel Macron, Jean-Luc Mélenchon is never the last to crush him. Opponent of the presidential majority for the legislative elections, the leader of Nupes continues to criticize his policy and his decisions. During a meeting, this Tuesday, June 14, he launched: “I just want to hope that the French president does not go and pick up all the bad habits of Mr. Trump, especially in the event of an electoral defeat.“. “The boat sinks, Macron takes the plane”, lambasted the 70-year-old former city councilor. A few days earlier, Emmanuel Macron did not hide his annoyance with Marine Le Pen and Jean-Luc Mélenchon. He accused the latter of incarnating “disorder and submission” before assuring that, even in the event of a victory for rebellious France in the legislative elections, he would not appoint Jean-Luc Mélenchon to Matignon.
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