"You are from an exceptional family and that is why you have always sought the normality that led you to the normal presidency." Behind the line of humor, François Hollande perfectly painted the portrait of his deputy secretary general, the day of his departure from the Élysée, at the end of 2014. Grandson of the writer Nathalie Sarraute, son of the academician Jean- François Revel and journalist Claude Sarraute, Nicolas Revel, 54, grew up with his sister Véronique in a blended family, surrounded by his half-brothers, including Matthieu Ricard, who would become a Buddhist monk and Martin Tzara, director of operations TF1 sports.
"He's not looking for light," confirms Gaspard Gantzer. The communications man met him at the Élysée under François Hollande. “He is the best chef I have had in my professional life. He is very calm, and above all courageous, a quality rare in this environment. ” Quality spotted by Bertrand Delanoë. "This is the cream of senior officials,
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