This Wednesday was an important day for the new French prime minister, Elizabeth Bourne. In fact, he presented his program to the representatives of the Legislative Assembly on the occasion of his first speech on General Policy. Had she succeeded in this exercise, Elizabeth Bourne was not innocent yesterday.
Indeed, as she was on her way to the assembly, she exchanged a few words with Interior Minister Gerald Darminin, shocked in the process of making derogatory remarks towards journalists. Little did she know that the microphone was still open and that her words were being recorded.
“We spend our time answering dumb questions. “Are you happy to be here?” “Well, otherwise it would have taken me a week,” she said, “understandably” referring to the questions reporters had asked her moments earlier.
Not great ma’am.
Watch the footage below:
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