Presidential election France: Nicolas Sarkozy insults a French journalist

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“The president-candidate answered a journalist on conflicts happened during the demonstration of the workers of ArcelorMittal in Paris. Nicolas Sarkozy is always so ironic and still proves her inability to keep his emotions…”

A president egocentric person and offent

Nicolas Sarkozy, who was ironic on Thursday about the supposed agitation of François Hollande, his main adversary, was taken to a journalist whom he treated as “bloody” in an exchange at the mi – entertained, at the mi – irritated on conflicts happened during the demonstration of the workers of ArcelorMittal in Paris. In displacement in the Marne, the president-candidate tattled with journalists about the election campaign, and notably about the socialist candidate, when a young journalist called out to it on brawls between wage earners of ArcelorMittal and the police force which used lacrymogènes gases, during a demonstration near its HQ of campaign. “But gases lacrymogènes, you would have gone well without it, no? Picture is really enough not?” asked him the young man.

Answer of thrilled Nicolas Sarkozy

“What you want me to have to do of what you say to me? What you want me to say?” “Eh, bloody, goes!”, then threw him the leader of the State by smiling, before adding “Forgiveness! always cheerful person, in front of the taken aback mine of others journalists, a hand on the shoulder of the young man. “But because it is nice, he is young”, it concluded. Earlier during the day, Nicolas Sarkozy had declared, without naming it, regarding François Hollande: “Say To me, I have the impression that there are candidates who get worked up.” “It does not there need to get worked up, to tighten, to want to be malicious and aggressive”, he added, in allusion to the meeting of the socialist candidate on Wednesday evening in Marseille in France.

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