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World Eric Zemmour and Marine Le Pen partners for the 2022 Presidential? "They will have to talk to each other" (VIDEO)

12:50  24 february  2021
12:50  24 february  2021 Source:   programme-television.org

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Guest on BFM TV this Wednesday, February 24, Louis Aliot spoke about the 2022 presidential election and underlined the importance for Marine Le Pen and Eric Zemmour to speak to each other with a view to this deadline ...

Invité sur BFM TV ce mercredi 24 février, Louis Aliot a évoqué l'élection présidentielle 2022 et a souligné l'importance pour Marine Le Pen et Eric Zemmour de se parler en vue de cette échéance... © BFM TV Guest on BFM TV this Wednesday, February 24, Louis Aliot spoke about the 2022 presidential election and underlined the importance for Marine Le Pen and Eric Zemmour to talk to each other in view of this deadline. ..

The 2022 presidential election is fast approaching. In a little more than a year, the French will have to between choosing to renew Emmanuel Macron for a second term or appoint his successor. In the various political movements, personalities are preparing to present their candidacy. Jean-Luc Mélenchon has already announced his desire to run for the Elysée Palace, while Marine Le Pen seems ready to try again after reaching the second round in 2017.

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This Wednesday, February 24, Louis Aliot was invited to the morning of BFM TV and answered questions from Apolline de Malherbe. The journalist in particular mentioned the rumors, more insistent, around Eric Zemmour. The journalist and polemicist of CNEWS would consider presenting his candidacy in 2022, while his political opinions are close to those of Marine Le Pen. For Louis Aliot, mayor of Perpignan and Vice-president of Perpignan Méditerranée Métropole, it is essential that the two personalities agree for this election.

Presidential 2022: for Louis Aliot, Marine Le Pen and Éric Zemmour "will be forced to talk to each other" pic.twitter.com/Ypkbpf1aDU

- BFMTV (@BFMTV) February 24, 2021

" They will be forced to talk to each other . They spoke to each other, they are going to see each other ... Maybe on the phone they speak to each other, I don't know. But everyone has an interest in talking to each other. When you see the state of France , the quarrel over who will be the best placed no longer makes sense. There is a candidate and she is undeniably the best placed ", launched the member of the National Rally.

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