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Léa Salamé confided in open heart on his controversy interview with Carlos Ghosn in 2020 who had attracted him many criticisms.
Léa Salamé is today a must-see journalist from the media sphere. Co-presenter of the morning of 7h / 9h on France Inter with Nicolas Demorand, she also activates in "You have the floor" alongside Thomas Sotto on France 2. And as if it were not enough, this bulimic work will find even Laurent Ruquier next season in "You are live".
But any course is sown with pitfalls and that of Lea Salamé does not derogate from the rule. Guest of the Podcast Counter of the info on France Info, she returned to an episode of her career that deeply marked her. In January 2020, the Franco-Lebanese journalist went to Beirut for an exclusive maintenance of the former CEO of Renault-Nissan, Carlos Ghosn, after his unreal evasion of Japan. However, the ex polemist "we are not lying" suffered many critics of Internet users because of the supposedly complacent tone that shot in the interview.
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" If I have a wound ... I accept the critics, I understand them and it's normal, I know the deal. On the interview of Carlos Ghosn, I assure you that it is an injury. It's unfair. This interview lasts half an hour and it's mounted very high to the direction of France Inter because I wanted to leave! I told the direction they had planted me! I Am felt dropped. There is half an hour from interview where I ask all the questions and for 2 minutes, I change your ... France Inter takes this piece and distributes it on social networks ... "She lamented.
Exceeded and wounded by the critics, Lea Salamé entrusted having had trouble casiling this episode with racist insults: " I am in Beirut, I see the thing that goes up ... I take dirty p * Te, come home! ' I saw racist tips, I saw sexist stuff ... We invented that it was my father's best friend! Racism hurts. I do not want to read stuff like that. It hurts me, I cried , "she confessed.
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