US News Video Dinners clandestine: Pascal Praud Treats Pierre-Jean Chalençon of "Mytho"
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If Pierre-Jean Chalençon denies having rubbed ministers in dinners Clandestines, he makes sure friend with members of the government and high-placed policies. It makes Pascal Praud slowly laughingly, persuaded that he invested a life.
: pinned for a case of clandestine dinners, the collector had ensured on M6 having organized despite the sanitary crisis. If he has since retracted by ensuring having wanted to do "humor", the former business buyer concluded is still being close to several policies. In an interview published on on February 1st, he assured to have "many friends in government": "I have four or five friends ministers, men or women. I know Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne well. I love Franck Riester. Roselyne Bachelot, it's a person I've known since you've been a few years now, that I appreciate enormously. And then I have a lot of friends in the ministries, in communication at our Attal friend ". The collector also cited Robert Hue, Rachida Dati , Michèle Alliot-Marie, or Florian Bachelier, the first quaestor of the National Assembly. This extract from the interview, broadcast on April 5 in the hour of the pros, made Pascal Praud smile.
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Pascal Praud Tackle Pierre-Jean Chalençon
at the back tray, just after the broadcast of the sequence where, Pascal Praud seemed amused. "Well, they must be very happy ... This is called the Name Dropping," he mocked. "Do you measure the vulgarity that there is to go on a TV set, or answer questions saying," My friends are ministers, MPs, senators, former ministers ... " it does not come to the person's spirits! ", then ended his chronicler Jérôme Beglé. " Oh yes ! "A replied Pascal Praud, before tackling the owner of the Vivienne palace more severely.
"We all know in our trades, and we sometimes meet mythos, it's called. Mythomanias, who invent a life that they do not have and friends they have no longer, or not! "He launched in the hour of the pros. Chronicler Gilles-William Goldnadel has abounded in his sense and regretted that some believe Pierre-Jean Chalençon on speech: " The concern is to take a manifest mythomane seriously! He has the right to live, he has the right to boast, he is happy, he crossed in a hallway Mrs. Bachelot, he is happy ... it's no problem! But to take it, and then take a trial to the entire France and ministers, but is madness! »
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