Offbeat "Answer the question!" : Nagui reassembled against the prices of SNCF, he attaches a candidate (VIDEO)
Everyone wants to take her place: Nagui makes her goodbye to the viewers of the game (VIDEO)
© Capture France 2 Everyone wants to take her place: Nagui makes her goodbye to the viewers of the game (VIDEO) Nagui made his Farewell to everyone wants to take his place on France 2, this Thursday, July 22, the opportunity for him to send a nice message to his teams and viewers! This Thursday, July 22, Nagui presented Everyone wants to take his place for the very last time! A few months ago, the presenter of France 2, had announced that he wanted to leave the program he launched fifteen years
This July 18, Nagui presented a new episode of everyone wants to take his place and launched a little mouth under cover of 'humor.
more than a few weeks before. The 15-year-old program host but also and on the same chain or band on France Inter lives its last moments on the tray of the television game. He co-produced yet. On August 9th, he will pass the relay to his colleague from France Télévisions. An and on which . Faced with him in recent days, the champion of the moment who intends to stay him until the start of the facilitator: Caracole in the lead, exceeding the thirty victories with a kitty of 33 400 euros. For his part, Nagui does not intend to change his habits. Known to be used to fucking, the host often benefits from anecdotes told by candidates for or . He did the same this Sunday in a new unpublished episode when he was facing a candidate who works at the SNCF.
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"it's still damage ..."
while on the plateau, Anne-Sophie explained one of her prerogatives, which is to lower the carbon footprint in The stations, Nagui pointed a paradox of the railway company. "This is already the case of the train that pollutes less than the plane ... but is more expensive than the plane." While the candidate was embarrassed, responding: "not necessarily, it depends on the lines" , Nagui immediately replied: "If. How to explain that even on a flight Paris-Marseille, how is it that The train is more expensive than the plane? It's still crazy! That is to say that there are plenty of people who want to have this approach to avoid kerosene especially for distances that the We could do in the train - I want to believe that if we go to Australia, we will have trouble going by train or stop - but it's still a shame to say 'it costs less to take the Airplane so there I have no tunes so I'm going to fly rather than flying. "
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"In any case it's not my fault"
Nagui, who probably expected an explanation, was disappointed by the beginning of Anne-Sophie's response. So that he screamed (ironically): "Answer the question!". Faced with this false stroke, the candidate kicked in touch and apologized: "We are still very numerous in this great company and then I work for the subsidiary of the stations." bouncing back on the full-term response of the candidate, Nagui pushed the joke to the end, at the edge of the laugh: "The type that fartes a cable ... 'J E FOU FOU SEE WHERE You work! Why is it more expensive?! ". "So I do not know! In any case it's not my fault!" , responded innocently Anne-Sophie. Joke or not, his argument is actually put forward by many people concerned about ecology but who can not always afford to take the train to get around. An exchange to be found in our zapping above.
Thousands march in Cuba to protest food shortages, high prices .
Thousands of Cubans took to the street Sunday in one of the largest anti-government demonstrations in memory.The Associated Press reported that the march, which took place on Havana's Malecon promenade and other areas on the island, was to protest food shortages and high prices sparked by the coronavirus pandemic.Authorities at first followed protesters as they chanted "Freedom," "Enough" and "Unite," according to the AP. One person on a motorcycle reportedly displayed a U.S. flag, but it was taken from him by others.One middle-aged protester told the wire service "We are fed up with the queues, the shortages. That's why I'm here.