This Tuesday, June 7, on the set of L’heure des Pros, Pascal Praud placed a small tackle against Léa Salamé and France Inter. The journalist indeed criticized the radio for being too complacent with Jean-Luc Mélenchon during an interview that took place the same day.
It’s no secret, Pascal Praud does not really carry France Inter in his heart. On the CNews antenna, the presenter does not hesitate to regularly give his opinion on the radio station. And this Tuesday, June 7, he has once again tackled France Inter, as well as one of its star journalists, Léa Salamé.
In a new issue of Time for the Pross, Pascal Praud and his guests wanted to talk about Jean-Luc Melenchon. The leader of France Insoumise was indeed guest on France Inter this morning. Faced with Léa Salamé, he was questioned in particular about the tweets he posted after a woman died during a police check which degenerated, and in which the former presidential candidate points the finger at the behavior of the police. During his speech, Jean-Luc Mélenchon thus maintained the comments he may have made in his tweets, and again insisted on the responsibility of the police in this affair. Statements that greatly surprised Pascal Praud.
Pascal Praud: “He is at home!”
“So the investigation has not started. He does not know the circumstances. He gives his opinion…began the journalist before directly attacking the radio station on which Jean-Luc Mélenchon was invited: “Well he was on France Inter, he was at home Jean-Luc Mélenchon”. A small remark that provoked the laughter of his guests. “No, but it’s true he’s home ! It’s still amazing that a politician of this level is not questioned by asking him ‘You know what?'”bid Pascal Praud.
In October 2021, Pascal Praud had already attacked France Inter on the set of L’heure des Pros, and in particular the comedians who officiate on the radio station, such as Charline Vanhoenacker and Guillaume Meurice. “In theory it doesn’t bother me at all that there is a public service and that it costs money, but what bothers me is the absence of pluralism, and in particular the comedians“, had first launched Pascal Praud, before specifying that the comedians of France Inter “only have comedians by name”and that they “have no talent”.
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