Michel Drucker explained why he had never called Marine le Pen to "Vivement Dimanche," as was the case with many politicians like Édouard Balladura, Laurent Fabius and Bernadette Chirac, explains CNews the reasons for his choice.
"At that time I stopped taking politics." I went around and it would be difficult to make a play that, by definition, brought together the whole family … It was the concept of the show where you were … were his parents, his two brothers and because he was the president of the nation the Assembly was spotted for her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, "that was not possible," the host explains. And add: "You saw the family exploded."
In addition, of course, Michel Drucker invokes "little deep reasons" that made him not to organize the arrival of Marine Le Pen in his show. The one who lived the Second World War was hidden because he was Jewish: "Coming from the places I came to, there were little sentences in that party (National Front) that were not forgotten.
Pen repeatedly called gas chambers "details of history" covering several court convictions. "It would be uncomfortable for me," concluded Michel Drucker.
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