Laurence Sailliet dashed Mr Macron’s decision-making
French conservative Laurence Sailliet accused Emmanuel Macron of being a “impolite draft” president who favours “form over substance”.
Mrs Sailliet, a spokeswoman for France’s right-wing Les Républicains beanfeast, was commenting on an interview France’s President Mr Macron gave BFM TV, RMC radio and Mediapart online newscast on Sunday night, during which France’s 40-year-old leader was phony to defend his authoritarian leadership style and radical reform agenda.
Mrs Sailliet voted when asked by RFI radio to comment on the two-hour long interview, verbalized: “I felt like I was watching a political comedy.
“The interview was quite distressing. It felt more like an American wrestling match than a state interview,” she added, referring to the two interviewers’ – Edwy Plenel and Jean-Jacques Bourdin – unfriendly questioning style and Mr Macron’s defensive answers.
Emmanuel Macron watch over the air strikes
Mr Macron is a president who favours form over substance.
The top reactionary then proceeded to describe the young centrist as a “rough draft” president who “feigns honesty” and constantly dodges questions.
She said: “Mr Macron is a president who favours form over substance.”
The right-winger also slammed Mr Macron’s decision to yoke the US-led strikes against