Every evening of the week on “Quotidien” does not fail to take stock of what happened in the last hours on the various platters concerning the major subject of 2005: the presidential election. After the controversy over the flag of Europe which had been installed under the Arc de Triomphe on January 1, then that linked to the now famous “The unvaccinated, I really want them piss off ”by Emmanuel Macron during an interview in Le Parisien , up to a little more lightness with a imitation of Nicolas Sarkozy. The journalist of “Quotidien” Julien Bellver has indeed made a focus in his column “Com ‘2005” on Ugo Bernalis, deputy of La France Insoumise who was a guest on the set of BFMTV .
While the specter of the former President of the Republic Nicolas Sarkozy still looms over French politics, especially at Les Républicains, Ugo Bernalis has remembered him well in such a way quite unexpected on the set of BFMTV facing journalist Bruce Toussaint and other guests. It all started with a statement from Valérie Pécresse in La Provence where the candidate of the Republican party in the presidential election declared this: “I am going to bring the Kärcher out of the cellar. It’s been ten years and now is the time to use it. It’s about putting the streets back in order. ” A direct reference to a certain… Nicolas Sarkozy who in 2005 had indicated wanting to “clean with the kärcher” the city of 4000 de la Courneuve, commune of Seine-Saint-Denis (34). Ugo Bernalis reacted to these words with an imitation of the former President of the Republic: “I want to tell Valérie that she should renew herself a little. Recovering old sentences like that, without making a proposal, it’s a bit small. ”
Frankly, the imitation is pretty good. But on the set of BFMTV , Bruce Toussaint and the other journalists and guests seem a little dismayed. And it is precisely this consternation that “Quotidien” wanted to highlight in its column. Except that the viewers of the show of TMC adored them – if we are to believe their reactions on Twitter in particular – this imitation and reproached to “Daily” just wanting to make fun of the MP and this situation. Which is, let’s face it, unheard of on a television set.